Executor of Will Duties
What is Executor of Will Duties?
An executor of a will is appointed to “administer” the will maker’s estate. This person is responsible for faithfully carrying out the will maker’s wishes as stated in the will, preserving estate assets and generally acting for the benefit of beneficiaries.
The Executor of will duties in QLD is outlined in the Succession Act 1981. Before agreeing to execute a will, it’s important to understand what you’re getting yourself into. If you have been named as executor of a will, QLD Estate Lawyers can make this process less confusing.
Our estate administration team has put together a four-part Estate Executor’s Guide to lead the way for anyone appointed to the role of estate administrator or executor of Will Duties. The Estate Executor’s Guide will allow you to painlessly work through most of the routine steps you need to complete your role.
- Estate Executor’s Guide – Getting Started
- Estate Executor’s Guide – Administering The Estate
- Estate Executor’s Guide – Court proceedings by and against executors and administrators
- Estate Executor’s Guide – Long term trustees
You can also use our free online Assessment Tool to get answers on a particular executor of the will duties.
One-on-one guidance for Executor of will duties and advice are also available from our experienced team as you need them. Just email or call for a fee estimate in relation to your particular issue no matter where you are in Queensland.