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Is it legal for an executor to disclose the contents of a will

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Is it legal for an executor to disclose the contents of a will prior to the testator's death? Is there a breach of confidentiality or trust to the will maker and beneficiaries of discretionary trusts if this happens?

Unless there is a specific provision in the will to not allow such statements then no there is no breach of confidentially.

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