My close family friend, his sister ,and their mother received nothing when the father died. His uncle, the deceased's brother claims he was the Executor of will. At time of death, the Deceased, and his brother with a family, jointly owned, and jointly-occupied a dual-occupancy house and farm, worth $M6, up until time of death. Death was in 2009. The Uncle and family still reside in that property, with no payments of any kind ever being made to the family of the deceased. The friend's family have never seen a Will. They are also unaware of whether it ever existed. The Uncle allegedly claims he was the deceased's Executor of will, but has never presented any Will from which he would have ever been expected to have acted upon. The Uncle has since passed ownership of any and all of his houses, including the affected property, onto his own children, and so has now no property nor significant assets in his own name. Deceased and the brother also previously co-owned a Chicken processing factory. That factory was sold, for a claimed $800,000, and again, no proceeds were ever passed onto the family of the deceased. He verbally claims that the business had failed, and that all proceeds of the sale were absorbed into payments to Creditors. He said, again only verbally, that the co-owner brothers were all going to be subject to a joint- bankruptcy, and that he had the deceased agree to become the scapegoat, and accept personal bankruptcy. This was done so that the other brother would still be able to take out loans. All this above meant the the deceased was a Bankrupt at the time of death, and so the surviving brother took everything, as he was the only one of the two able to have property in his name. The affected person is not sure where to turn, but believes he should be able to make some claim? The affected person thinks the Uncle should be made to answer for his acting out this Executor Fraud? He is also not allowed to enter the property, held by the Uncle's family. During all the ensuing years, the Uncle only ever gave verbal reassurances that he was going to give something to these affected people, but has never done so. Nothing is known about whatever Taxation affairs have, or should have resulted from the death? Nor whether institutions such as Centrelink, were made aware of the significant 'gifting' activities, of alleged stolen property, for the now-ageing Uncle to his children. The above examples of lack of knowledge are all the result of the Uncle never communicating anything meaningful back to the deceased's family. A wall of silence.