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Wills and Estate Planning

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?

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

When you pass away without a will (valid will), you are deemed to have died intestate.

Good estate planning ensures that your assets go to the people that you want them to go to when you die.

The executor of your Will is the person (or people) you have chosen to be in charge of looking after the distribution of your assets.