Legal & General

How to find an executor when family and friends are ruled out

YourLifeChoices member Sarah and her husband have no family in Australia and don’t wish to ask a friend to be an executor of their will. They have asked estate planning lawyer Rod Cunich for guidance.


Son’s focus on writing will upsets mum

Sonia does not want to make all three children executors of her will and says her son is making her feel uncomfortable with his questions. She asks psychologist Dr Emmanuella for guidance.

Legal & General

Explaining executors’ duties, gifts for grandchildren

YourLifeChoices’ estate planning expert Rod Cunich receives a lot of questions about wills and, you guessed it, estate planning, Today, he answers member questions about executors, gifting and donating property to charity.

Legal & General

Who will be my executor?

Being an executor is not a task for the faint-hearted. Ask anyone who has lived through it and they’ll tell you that the duties can be difficult, stressful and time consuming. So, how do you choose the right person to manage your affairs?

Legal & General

Where there’s a will…

Whether you’re leaving your fortune to your grandchildren or the local cat shelter, making a will is one of the most important things you will ever do, so make sure it’s done properly.