Administrating a deceased estate can be tough.

In South Africa, the Master of the High Court controls the estate process. The executor requires approval by the Master before proceeding with any administrative acts on behalf of the deceased. This process is technical and often cumbersome.

  
  







Aside from communication delays and admin bottlenecks, the most challenging step is usually the drawing up of the liquidation and distribution account. This is a complex step that is often fraught with common errors.

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