Case Studies: Wills, Probate and Trusts

I’m an executor but I do not want to act

An executor was appointed under a will and that executor wished not to act due to personal reasons. The executor advised the solicitor very early on in the probate process. As the executor had not intermeddled with the estate they were then able to renounce their executorship. This was done by way of Deed drafted by the solicitor and a substitute executor was then appointed.

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