10 Most Important Estate Executor’s Duties

Tuesday, December 3, 2019
10 Most Important Estate Executor’s Duties

10 Most Important Estate Executor’s Duties

During the Probate Process
Here are 3 of the 10 most important things that you should know about right now.

1. Reads Your Will
Expedites your burial with the following instructions:
- Meets members of the family and other interested parties who desired aid and information,
- Confers with your attorney who drew the Will, and
- Persons familiar with your financial affairs.

2. Safeguards Your Assets
Takes the following immediate protective measures as are desirable prior to appointment as executor:
- Looks to insurance and protection of both real and personal property,
- Secure knowledge of your ongoing business interests,
- Gives notice of your death to banks, safe deposit companies and others, and
- Examines all your books and files

3. Petitions The Court For Probate Of Your Will
Listed below are the following information needed to petition the court for probate:
- Obtains proof of heirship,
- Locates witnesses,
- Through attorney of estate, petitions for probate of Will and,
- From time to time, applies for all necessary court order in administration of state
- An appointment as executor,
- Files oath of office
- Order in administration of state,
- An appointment files oath of office.

So these are just 3 out of the 10 to draw attention to this very important topic. If you wanted to view all of the 10 most
important information about the probate process, I have put together a free report entitled "Estate Executor’s Duties
During the Probate Process" which explains the process in more detail.

You can grab a copy of this report for free by emailing me through toddgulinsonyhsg@gmail.com or you can give me
a call at 1-844-310-9514. 

Thanks a lot for reading this week’s blog and may you find a way to your new home!
Todd Guilinson
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