A Step-by-Step Guide to Being an Executor
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Whether you're planning ahead for your own heirs or have been asked to serve as executor for someone else, it pays to understand what the role requires. The executor shoulders the fiduciary responsibility to keep track of all assets and debts for the deceased person and executes the instructions in the will for disposing the assets. Claims against the estate could become the executor's personal responsibility if funds aren't handled correctly, says Hugh Drake, a partner with the Brown Hay &...

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