|What’s involved in settling an estate?|
Being an executor is a role that involves considerable responsibility. You are being asked to carry out the deceased’s final wishes, take ownership and possession of his/her assets, pay all of their debts, and distribute the proceeds of their estate to the beneficiaries.
Yes, the job is as big as it sounds, but you don’t need to do it alone. Many executors just like you have partnered with Executor Support to receive assistance in settling the estate. So, what does assisting really mean? What sort of experience should you expect when Executor Support is by your side? In a nutshell, you can expect relief and simplicity...
Download our FREE Executor’s Checklist. This is the best way to begin learning about your new role as Executor.
Below is a summarized list of the most common duties executors are expected to perform. For a complete list of duties you may be required to perform, we encourage you to download our FREE Executor's Checklist. It is the best place to begin learning of your new responsibilities and will ensure nothing is forgotten or overlooked.
Assets & Liabilities
Income Tax and Financial Transactions
Distributing the Proceeds
Those are the duties of an executor, condensed into a few bullet points. Settling an estate does not need to be a negative experience. By relying on Executor Support for guidance and assistance you can expect relief from the workload, anxiety and stress.
We encourage you to download our FREE Executor’s Checklist. This is the best way to begin learning about your new role as Executor.
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