13 October 2021 | Webinars | Article by Kieran Forsyth
Webinar: A costly refusal – when professional executors should, but refuse, to step down replay
Watch our webinar replay: A costly refusal – when professional executors should, but refuse, to step down
As part of our Autumn Private Client webinar series with Legal Network, Associate, Kieran Forsyth, hosted a webinar on the fallout when professional executors refuse to step down from their executorship.
Kieran discusses an interesting case that involves a negative costs fallout as a result of a firm of solicitors refusing to renounce their executorship at the request of a beneficiary. He also more generally considers where there is a need to remove a rogue or ineffective executor.
We have posted the webinar recording above, for you to watch at your leisure.
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