Executor Information

An Executor is the personal representative of the deceased person’s estate.

This person is in charge of taking control of assets, paying of outstanding debts, and distributing assets to beneficiaries as per the conditions of the will. A Death Certificate is required by the Executor to then enact the will and notify organisations of the death.

Anyone can be selected as the executor of a will, but it is wise to choose someone who is both trustworthy and competent. The appointed person can refuse, so it is a good idea to also have an alternate executor just in case.

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