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Sometimes, applying for Probate is not a straight forward matter. Difficulties and disputes may arise between executors and beneficiaries, and occasionally between the beneficiaries themselves. When this happens, the administration of the Estate and the application for Probate is often unable to proceed until the disputes have been resolved. This guide discusses how such disputes can be dealt with, with or without the assistance of the courts, and some tips for avoiding conflict altogether. This is a guide only and you should contact CWPL for information about your individual circumstances.
- Executors behaving badly: can an executor be removed from their duties?
- What happens if more than one executor has been appointed under the Will and they cannot agree?
- What is the process to deal with an uncooperative executor?
- Disputing beneficiaries
- Tips to avoid conflict
CWPL can easily answer these common questions for You:
- I suspect fraud by the executor. How can I protect the estate assets?
- How do I remove an executor who I suspect is improperly managing the estate?
- What if two executors cannot work together to wind up the estate?
- If the beneficiaries are unhappy what can they do?
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