Greeff Trust Services

Boutique Administration of
Deceased Estates Firm


Our team consists of highly qualified, experienced and knowledgeable industry professionals that are passionate about and dedicated to our clients and industry partners.

Greeff Trust Services occupies a very personalized space in the legal and accounting sphere, dealing specifically with wills, trusts and the administration of deceased estates.

We have graduates in key roles throughout our firm and allocated administration staff offering a full and complete specialist service in the field of deceased estate administration.

We are registered professionals at The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants with Membership Number 05019021 and The Fiduciary Institute of Southern Africa with Membership Number F1375.

services for deceased estates

We have established a durable and effective network of service providers attending to all matters relating to the administration process, during our 15 years of experience.

Our commitment

We strongly believe in old school values that stand for discipline, respect for authority, goodness and common decency. This discipline has ensured a long heritage of keeping client relationships at the hearts of everything we do.

We have strict administrative protocols and procedures in place and all milestones in the administration process are strictly examined by management to ensure full compliance with the administration of estates act and other legislative authority as it is amended from time to time. We cover all aspects of estate planning and the drafting of wills, registration and administration of trusts and financial management (working with trusted partners).

It is a privilege to attend to the legal procedures and practical matters relating to our field of expertise, allowing our clients to navigate their legacy.

We Will Help You Every Step Of The Way

Our team is readily available to consult with clients at our office or at a mutually convenient location. 

You Deserve the best service

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