Our People

Bill Ye

Property Solicitor

Photo of Bill Ye
(02) 8880 8032Email Bill
The main purpose of probate is often to deal with the family home. It is important for our clients to receive efficient, expedient and effective service.
— Bill Ye, 2022

Bill heads the National Probate’s property and conveyancing team, and often appears for his clients at the Supreme Court on various estate and property lists. He is particularly experienced in ensuring a smooth process for executors and administrators involved in conveyancing and property transfer transitions across Australia.

Bill’s experience and work in estate planning and administration means that he is uniquely positioned to ensure that estate property transactions are executed with minimal risk to the representatives of estates.

Some of Bill’s recent experience includes:

The sale of estate property located in New South Wales, Queensland and the Australian Capital Territory.

The update of title for estate property in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia, Tasmania and the Australian Capital Territory.

Creation of self managed superfunds (“SMSF”), creation of the corporate trustee and acquisition of property through a self managed superfund with a Limited Recourse Borrowing Arrangement (“LRBA”).

Preparation of complex wills with discretionary testamentary trusts, preparation of enduring power of attorney and enduring guardianship.

Purchase of property in the states of New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and the Australian Capital Territory

Acting as the independent solicitor on behalf of a tutor of a minor beneficiary in a family provision claim.

Creation of discretionary family trusts and the creation of the corporate trustee.

Photo of Bill Ye
(02) 8880 8032Email Bill

Qualifications / Memberships

  • Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce (Macquarie University)
  • Graduate Diploma of Legal Training (College of Law)
  • Member of the Law Society of NSW

Specific Areas of Focus

  • Property transfers
  • Estate and non-estate vendor representation in property transactions
  • Representing property purchasers
  • Family provision proceedings
  • Probate and letters of administration applications
  • Estate Planning