‘I can’t be executor of dad’s estate’ – Nthabi answers your legal questions

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An executor has the responsibility to wind up a deceased persons estate and they can be replaced if they fail to do their duty, Nthabi says.
An executor has the responsibility to wind up a deceased persons estate and they can be replaced if they fail to do their duty, Nthabi says.
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Dear Nthabi

My dad passed away recently and it has been very hard on the family.

I’m the eldest daughter and I was appointed as executor of my dad's estate. This is proving too much for me, as I work very long hours.

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