Calming ‘upset’ clients is different from dealing with ‘difficult’ ones. When a reasonable person gets upset they may have momentary lapses of unreasonableness but basically that person is still [...]
This case examines whether trustees, two of whom were also the remaindermen, were entitled to a Beddoe order to defend a claim by the life tenant concerning non-payment of income to him and to [...]
Should an administrator of an estate be personally liable for breaching undertakings given to court?
This is an unusual case of a defendant, who was alleged not to be related to the deceased, and so, not entitled under her intestacy to either take out a Grant or appropriate assets of the estate [...]
In the administration of an estate, the Deceased’s creditors take priority over the beneficiaries. The personal representative must make full provision for liabilities before he makes any [...]