In most states, only an "interested" person has standing to object to a named
executor or challenge the will -- that is, a person who inherits under the will ...
When an individual, known as a testator, writes a will, he or she will generally
appoint an executor. The executor of a will has a duty to the testator to carry out
Apr 4, 2013 ... The executor of a will is the person specifically appointed or chosen by the
testator (deceased) to administer his estate and to.
The Executor's Challenge Disgruntled beneficiaries are increasingly prepared to
challenge wills, often leaving executors struggling to carry out the deceased's ...
On "interested persons" can challenge a will, including beneficiaries, heirs, ...
able to initiate legal proceedings, except under the guidelines of an executor or ...
How do you remove an Executor (or Administrator)? This area of law is ... Is it
possible to challenge a Will after probate has been granted? A grant of probate
When contesting a will, the best approach is often to discuss your concerns with
the executors and/or beneficiaries. You may be able to negotiate an agreed ...
It is typically very difficult to challenge a will. ... If the executor is trying to carry out
the provisions of an outdated will, the newer will can trump this older will.
If you have been appointed as an Executor of a Last Will or would be an heir on
intestacy, you can challenge the appointment of another person as Executor ...
Sep 18, 2013 ... Executorship disputes and applications to the Court to remove an Executor from