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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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    QLD What can I do about stubborn executors?

    Hi everyone, My mum died in August 2018 and her assets include household belongings, property and cash in the bank. My three siblings are executors, but one of them has already helped herself to most of the stuff that was of any value and taken money from the account. Another executor is...
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    NSW Feuding Executors

    Is it possible to request a Magistrate rule on an estate if the Executors do not agree ? If I try and get them removed so that the estate can proceed I believe we will need to lodge probate again and the costs will be substantial on an estate that is only worth around 550k. Also what happens...
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    WA Executors rights

    My uncle is the executor to my grandfather's estate (only money no property). My grandfather moved to Australia to live with my mum in 2016. Mum cared for him as well as my dad until he went into a nursing home in late 2019. He past this Feb in 2020. My grandfather was in full control of his...
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    QLD Solicitor's Refusal to Recognise all Executors

    My husband's father's estate has four executors and the estate solicitor is refusing to communicate with all four executors - Does each executor have the right to the same information and correspondence that the estate solicitor is only giving one or two executors ? My husband has asked that he...