Hi Guys, My mum passed away nearly a year ago (in July). A grant of probate was given back in December listing approx $60k worth of assets (monetary and vehicle/jewellery) and nill debts or liabilities. We have reason to believe one of the co-executors has acted out of role and spent and is trying to claim mums money illegally. One of the co-executors sent an email to the other co-executor advising that she has $18k to be distributed to the beneficiaries (myself and my other siblings). Once asked where the remaining $42k had gone, she advised that it was to reimburse her for money spent (both whilst mum was alive and after her passing). This executor is the only one with access to my mums account. When asked for the receipts she advised us she doesn't have them all, and the ones she does have are suspect. My questions are: 1. Shouldn't these reimbursements have been listed as debts on the statement of assets as they were all prior to the probate being granted? 2. Because she doesn't have receipts for all of these things, can she still claim for the ones she doesn't have receipts for? 3. How do we dispute these claims, what action are we to take? Thank you and look forward to your help.