executor of a will

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An executor is someone who is responsible for executing, or following through on, an assigned task or duty. The feminine form, executrix, may sometimes be used.

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    NSW Beneficiary/Executor is threatening to seek a greater share of the will

    Hi Everyone, My mother and her sister (my aunt) were named 50/50 equal beneficiaries of a house left to them by their Uncle. My aunt is also the Executor of the will. My aunt has been very unforthcoming with information about the estate and has shared few details with my mum about when the...
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    Am I able to request AMP to freeze my late father's account without Probate?

    I am frustrated because, as the executor of my father's will, I have notified AMP that he is deceased and since have been trying to get them to freeze his AMP super account to stop it from being affected by the stock market. Meaning I'd like them to leave it in their care and not administer it...
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    WA Executor not giving information about deceased’s firearms

    It has been six months since my father in law passed and we have requested information from the administrator of his estate (no probate on estate and she did not apply for probate even though she said she did we had to apply to the courts to find out) for either a letter or information on...
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    SA Abusing executor rights?

    Hi My older sister is executor of my mother’s will who passed away 2 years ago now. My sister has been living in my mother’s house for approx 5 years since my mother was placed in a nursing home. There are 3 siblings all together. Myself and 2 sisters. The will states that the estate is to be...
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    NSW Executor's responsibilities towards property

    I need some opinion/advice, please. There are 4 executors (all siblings) to the will of our late mother. We are also the beneficiaries. The will states that all assets are to be divided equally in value to the 4 beneficiaries. The issue we have is that one of the executors/beneficiaries...
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    WA Do We Need Probate for a Small Estate?

    My father-in-law’s passed. The Executor of Will has applied for probate but we feel it’s not necessary. He didn’t own his own home or land. No trusts. He had personal assets cars and old trucks and tools wouldn’t be over the ten thousand dollars mark. Little on his bank. Can we appeal probate...
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    Executor issues - spending money from the estate -

    My parent passed away a little over 3 years ago. The will was entered into Probate (Victoria) and 1 sibling was named executor. There are 6 beneficiaries, including the executor as one. There were only a handful of assets; the largest being the family home. The will stipulated that 4 out of...
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    ACT Probate Granted...and now I'm worried

    Hi All, My late mother's estate was granted probate this week. For us (four beneficiaries), we have it pretty 'simple' - no property or shares, just cash and few debts and expenses My youngest brother was named on the application for probate to be granted to him, as the three remaining...
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    NSW Executor (sister) refusing to release funds

    My sister and i are coexecutors of my mums estate. She died in oct last year. The estate solicitor has requested a partial distribution of funds because i have purchased a house and settlement is in 2 weeks. The request was sent 2 weeks ago and so far she is refusing to disburse funds on no...
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    QLD Husbands sister is destroying will

    So... my husbands father passed away on Saturday. One month and one day after finding out he had terminal cancer. My husband spent all but one weekend with him I. The lead up to his death. The weekend he didn’t spend with him, his sister took a truck up and loaded it with anything of any value...