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WEBINAR: Managing Malicious Executors in Deceased Estate Matters

Join attorney Cathleen Breedt, a director of Vermeulen Attorneys, for an informative webinar on Managing Malicious Executors in Deceased Estate Matters. Dealing with the loss of a loved one can be a challenging time, and it’s important to have a competent and trustworthy executor managing the deceased’s estate. However, not all executors act in good faith, and some may even act maliciously, causing harm to the beneficiaries of the estate. In this webinar, Cathleen will provide valuable insights on legal interventions that can be pursued to remove or manage the behaviour of a malicious executor. Cathleen will share her expertise on how to navigate these delicate matters and ensure that the executor is held accountable for their actions. Whether you’re an attorney, executor, or beneficiary of an estate, this webinar is a must-attend. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain valuable knowledge on how to manage malicious executors in deceased estate matters.

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