Interim order

an order made by a court until another order or a final order is made


means a person or corporation appointed to administer the estate of a deceased person who dies either without a will or with a will but without an executor or the executor dies or is unable or unwilling to act as executor


the person who can appoint and remove the trustee of a trust and therefore is the person who controls the trust


the person who receives the power to act on behalf of another. The terms grantee or donee may also be used


someone who receives a benefit under a will or trust


a document executed as a will but which amends an existing will


see Attorney


see Principal

Enduring Guardianship

the appointment of an enduring guardian pursuant to the provisions of the Guardianship Act 1987 (NSW)

Enduring Power of Attorney

a type of power of attorney that continues to operate after the principal loses mental capacity