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Written on the 14 July 2010

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then it will be distributed in accordance with the terms of your Will.

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What are an Executor's Duties?

An Executor is the person appointed under the terms of a Will to ensure that a deceased person’s wishes are carried out in accordance with their Will. An executor’s duties include: making funeral arrangements; identifying the deceased’s assets and ensuring their security; identifying any debts including any tax payable; ...

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Importance of giving your Attorney a copy of your Will...

Powers of Attorney are an important and frequently used document…particularly to facilitate the sale of a house to fund nursing home accommodation for the old as their mental capacity deteriorates. This common situation highlights the potential for an Attorney’s decision to undermine the Will of the person giving the Power of Att...

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Changes to the Law of Intestacy

What are the changes to the Law of Intestacy? What is Intestacy? A person dies “intestate” if they die without leaving a valid Will. Commonly, people die intestate in the following circumstances: If they have never made a Will. If they have made a Will, but later revoke it without making a replacement Will. ...

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