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    Posted: 25/May/2005 at 10:13

my sister was appointed as the executrix of our father's estate for which all the siblings are equal beneficiaries at the death of our mother whenever that may be.

On the titles of the properties to be sold on our mother's death, my sister's name only is recorded.

My sister has now made a will that in the event of her death, her husband (new) and her son are to be joint executors of all her estate.

Will this mean that in the event of her death that her husband and son are entitled to administer our deceased father's estate?

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  Quote lynnbis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25/May/2005 at 22:09

thank you for that

your opinion re-enforces what I thought to be the problem in the event of my sister's death before her husband.

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