How to Deal with Problem Personal Representatives
Occasionally administration of even the simplest estates may prove problematic. You may be approached by distressed beneficiaries who are unhappy, anxious and frustrated. Sometimes, explaining to them how the process of administration works will ease their worries, however, there are situations when this will not be enough.
When does an issue become a problem and when is the problem significant enough to warrant replacement of PRs?
This webinar is aimed at those practising in the area of estate administration. It is designed to assist you with doubts you may have when advising beneficiaries or doubts that may arise when you are acting as a PR yourself and you are threatened with claims by beneficiaries.
What You Will Learn
This webinar will cover the following:
- Applications for account - who can make them, when where and how?
- Who pays the costs of such applications?
- Removal of PRs: who can remove PRs before and after they have been appointed and how can they do this?
- Applications under section 116 Senior Courts Act and section 50 Administration of Justice Act - differences, practice and procedure