Executor of a will
The Executor of a will has specific powers given to them under the Administration Estate Act 1925, the Trustee Act 1925, the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996. These powers include power to sell or exchange property from the deceased estate, the power to settle claims regarding the deceased estate and the power to put part of the estate aside for the benefit of children who are beneficiaries of the will. Do you need expert legal advice regarding the Executor of a will? You can speak to one of our Wills and Probate Solicitors online and get expert legal advice right now.