Administrator General’s Department

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About Administrator General’s Department

The Administrator-General’s Department protects the interests of minors, beneficiaries and creditors of estates that the law requires the Administrator-General to administer.

The Administrator-General’s Department is required to administer the estates of deceased persons who have died intestate and have left children under the age of eighteen years. The legal authority to administer the assets of an estate comes from a Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration from the Court.