Public Trustee For The ACT

An ACT authority

The Public Trustee for the ACT is an ACT government statutory office established to provide the following services to the ACT community: Preparation of Wills where the Public Trustee is named as the executor or co-executor; Administration of deceased estates under Will or Intestacy; Trustee for life interest estates and persons lacking legal capacity; Financial management under Enduring Power of Attorney and under Order of the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal (ACAT), or under Power of Attorney; Examination of accounts for external managers under the Guardianship and Management or Property Act 1991; or under Power of Attorney; Asset services to government in relation to Confiscation of Criminal Assets; Safe custody services for established clients; Unclaimed money; Investment services for ACT government trust funds; Trustee for GreaterGood, the Capital Region Community Foundation.

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