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A sister is a woman or girl who shares one or more parents with another. The male counterpart is a brother. Although the term typically refers to a familial relationship, it is sometimes used endearingly to refer to non-familial relationships. A full sister is a first degree relative.

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    QLD 2 Executors and Form 105 "Affidavit Supporting Probate Application"

    My sister and I are executors of our brother's estate, She lives in Sydney, I in Qld. Do we both have to be deponents to Form 105? If so, is it ok for one to sign and JP to witness in Qld and send form to Sydney for my sister to sign and have a different JP in Sydney to witness and then Lodge...
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    VIC criminal or civil offence

    I have done alot of investigating over the last year to try and find the truth. This incident happened in 2014, Vic. I now feel this may be a criminal matter but not sure if this maybe a civil matter. I have hospital records that my older sister stated to hospital staff that she held an...
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    Suspect a fake document submitted as liability in probate in p

    My sister and I are joint executors and beneficiaries of our parents estate. My (older) sister always took on the roll of 'provider' if my parents needed help with property maintenance but it was no big deal until now, 6 months after my mum's passing. I lived with my mum for about 14 years until...