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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 Executor refusing to respond

    Hi, I have a situation where there are multiple Executors of an estate, the executors are siblings. Some Executors do not get along. It has taken 3 years to get to the final stage of addressing the main asset being the house of the deceased. One Executor is not responding to email...
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    VIC forced removal of executor

    I am co-executor with my younger sister. She is 55% beneficiary and i am 13%. I have no issues with these numbers. Probate was granted 12 months ago. Our late fathers estate is extremely messy as he was an extreme hoarder. It is taking way more time than a usual estate to clean and prepare for...
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    VIC What do you do if an executor is not adhering to their obligations

    What course of action can be taken if an executor is not fulfilling their obligations
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    Executor Maladministration

    I’ve just found out that my grandmother left my $20k in her will. My father was the executor and he just kept it for himself. This was over 12 years ago. Is there anything I can do about it or is it too late? I was an adult at the time of her death.
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    EXECUTOR NOT APPLYING FOR PROBATE

    Hi, my step sister has full control of my deceased step mothers estate. I have searched the QLD public trustee site and she doesn't appear to have applied for probate. She is the enduring power of attorney for my Dad and her deceased Mother and has control over both their bank accounts. All my...
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    NSW Rights of beneficiary in home

    Hi, there is a situation where there is a dispute which is escalating. There are two executors who are also the parties in the dispute. The executors are also the two beneficiaries. One of the executors lives in the home of the estate. They are denying access to the home to the other executor...