An Executor to a will is the person responsible for the administration of a deceased's estate.
Once the Executor has located the will, they will need to apply for probate from the Supreme Court of Queensland before they can begin administering the estate.
The Executor is generally responsible for the following:
Should any legal disputes arise during probate, the Executor will also be responsible for defending the estate.
Sometimes, the thought of dealing with legal documents and settling an estate can be daunting. Our lawyers can help you as little or as much as you need, saving you both money and time.
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