Estate Administration | Gish Law Office

By: Gish Law  09-12-2011

Administration of an estate taking several months or years especially if trusts are involved, and should take into account of this time factor and providing for any family in the mean time.

Some duties of an executor are: to gather the assets of the estate, pay estate expenses, taxes, and legal debts, and pay out balances of the estate according to the terms of the Will. Once the property or assets have been distributed according to the Will the Executor’s job is done.


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