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Being the appointed executor a deceased estate can be a stressful role. There are several duties that need to be adhered to, to ensure you are administering the estate in accordance with the law. Some of these duties include but are not limited to: Notifying beneficiaries under the Will; Selling

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We all know someone or a friend of a friend who has been involved in an estate dispute. These disputes often get very personal and result in significant legal costs being incurred. Most typically these disputes are about… you guessed it, money! Recently an estate dispute commenced by a well-known

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Being involved in a deceased estate can sometimes be a stressful and unsettling experience for both beneficiaries and executors.  These stresses are often exacerbated if there are concerns about the circumstances in which a will was made, the capacity of the person who has made a will or if a

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An executor is the person or persons appointed in a will to administer the estate of a deceased person. The thought of acting as someone’s executor can be intimidating especially if you are not sure what the role involves. Grant of probate The first step to acting as an executor

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The Victorian Court of Appeal has recently handed down its decision in Wareham v Marsella [2020] VSCA 92 which has highlighted the need for trustees of SMSF’s to proceed cautiously when resolving to distribute a deceased member’s SMSF benefits in the absence of a valid binding death benefit nomination. This

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