The Responsibilities of an Estate Executor
The person responsible for the administration of a deceased person's estate is known as the executor. If you have been named the executor of an estate, it is important to know your rights and responsibilities. Missteps and oversights could pave the way for costly disputes and even expose you to lawsuits.
At the law office of John M. Gasidlo, Esq., we have extensive experience representing executors and handling all aspects of the estate administration process. We will put our skill and experience to work for you to ensure your rights and financial interests are protected.
Contact us online or by telephone at 866-761-1956 to speak with an experienced Westport estate planning lawyer.
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The role of an estate executor is one of significant responsibility. As an executor, you must protect the asset and if sold obtain maximum value. You must open an executor's bank account to use to pay all legitimate bills and make distributions pursuant to the terms of the will. This must all be reported to the court and approved by the court. All of this must be done to the letter of the law.
If you are an estate executor, it is important to have an experienced estate administration attorney on your side. We can help you with all of the necessary legal details, from the filing of the petition to the final discharge of your duties.
If you encounter any disputes throughout the process, we are prepared to handle them. We have extensive litigation experience and know how to achieve successful legal results in and out of court. We are dedicated to helping you fulfill your responsibilities as an estate executor.
If you need legal assistance as the executor of an estate, we are here for you. Contact us online or by telephone at 866-761-1956 to speak with an experienced Westport estate planning attorney.