The Public Trustee of Queensland is a public body charged with managing the finances of some of the most vulnerable members of the community, including those lacking capacity and prisoners.
The ABC has now again reported on the Public Trustee, this time in relation to its mismanagement and fee gouging of estates.
Cora Whitfort appointed the Public Trustee as executor of her estate when she made her will back in 2011. She passed away six years later in 2017.
It took two years and cost the estate more than $20,000 for the Public Trustee to obtain probate.
Read more: https://sterlinglawqld.com/further-revelations-of-public-trustee-of-queenslands-gouging-of-estates/