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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.

Under section 40 of the Succession Act 1981 (Qld), any child who is a natural child, is a child of the deceased.

So you’ve been appointed as executor of a will – What next?

You may have heard of it, but what actually is it?

The level of trust you should have in an attorney, prior to their appointment.

Who gets what, and who does what, when you die without a will?

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