If someone you were close with, such as a relative or a family friend, passed and named you the executor of their estate, you’ll be dealing with grief amidst many administrative and legal tasks, the majority of which you’re probably facing for the first time.
Being an executor can be a tough job, but it's essential to ensure that everything goes smoothly for your loved ones. This guide will help you through the process and answer any questions you might have along the way. It covers all aspects of being an executor, including dealing with the beneficiaries, will, and probate court.
So what challenges can executors face? Keep reading, and you'll learn how to avoid common pitfalls that can cause problems later on.