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Legal Eagle Q & A: Where you stand legally when the executor of a will is not forthcoming
Answer: Once a year has passed by, beneficiaries have a right to interest on legacies due to them that have not been paid, and the Executor is answerable to questions as to why the estate is not finalised. So, I would certainly recommend that you ask him, maybe formally now, what is going on. Good luck!
This article is by Melinda Giles at Giles Wilson Solicitors.
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