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So you’ve been appointed as executor of a will – What next? The death of a loved family member or friend is invariably a difficult time, and without a properly implemented estate plan, it can become an unfortunate burden on the executor of the deceased person’s estate – once again reaffirming the importance of fulsome estate planning that can minimise distress at that unfortunate time.

Suspect the Executor isn’t properly administering the Estate?  What can you do to remove them?

Have concerns about the validity of a will? Will validity disputes are inherently complex, Below we include a brief summary of the various will validity challenges.

Generally speaking, an attorney owed a duty of absolute loyalty to the principal – meaning that the attorney must place the principal’s interests above their own, and always act in the principal’s best interests.

As you may guess due to the word ‘elder’ being in the title, elder law focuses on the rights and responsibilities of aged persons.

So, you’re Executor (or Administrator) of the Estate – and now there’s Litigation. What to do next?

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