UPDATE: Convicted killer of Allison Baden-Clay won’t see a cent of his murdered wife’s estate

Relief for her devastated family.

The parents of a murdered Brisbane wife and mother are relieved to know her killer husband won’t receive any of the nearly $1 million of superannuation and life insurance from victim.

Prior to the court officially removing him from the will, Mrs Baden-Clay’s murdered could have walked away with pay outs from two life insurance policies, each worth over $350,000.

Allison’s parents, Geoff and Priscilla Dickie, are caring for the couple’s three daughters and will manage their mother’s estate.

In 2012, Allison Baden-Clay’s body was discovered 14km from her Brisbane home, 11 days after her husband Gerard reported her missing.

Baden-Clay was convicted of his wife’s murder, which was briefly downgraded to manslaughter in 2012, before being reinstated in 2016.

He is currently serving a life sentence for the murder, and will be eligible for release in 2027.

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