Estate planning can be one of the most important gifts you can offer your family and loved ones. Unfortunately, the process is sometimes complicated and requires making several important decisions for your loved ones’ future. One important aspect of drafting your will is naming an executor, or the individual who will ultimately be responsible for ensuring that your final wishes are carried out.
At Gorman & Jones, PLC, our Phoenix estate planning attorneys offer detailed advice on the roles of an executor. If you have been named the executor of a loved one’s will, it may be necessary to retain experienced legal counsel, as the responsibilities can be quite overwhelming.
The executor is responsible for:
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