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Have you been designated an executor of an estate? If so, there are a few important items you need to know. Find out in the article from Wealth Advisor below.
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"Executor of Estate: What It Means and What You Need to Know"
From Wealth Advisor:
* It is an honor to be asked to execute an estate. Whether you accept the honor probably depends on how much time and energy you can dedicate to a job that can be surprisingly time-consuming. As executor, you act as the "voice" of the deceased, making sure their final wishes are respected.
If you do agree to become executor (or "personal representative," as it is called in some states), there is a list of duties you must carry out. Fortunately, you can take care of one issue at a time.
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