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Who Should You Bring to Your Trust and Estate Administration Meetings?

When a loved one passes, it affects an entire family. However, when it comes to carrying out their wishes, not every family member has an equal say.

In fact, in many cases, only one person—the executor, or personal representative, of the estate—plays a role in administering a will. This role includes gathering the deceased’s accounts and...
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Executor vs. Trustee –What’s the Difference?

Estate Executor Duties

An executor, sometimes called a personal representative, is the person who is named in a will, appointed by the court, and responsible for performing under the terms of the will and handling the estate. The laws vary by state, and an executor may work under court supervision or may be able to do...
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