The Final Responsibility: Being an Executor

Know what you don’t know.

By Barry J. Friedman, CPA

An executor of a will carries out the last wishes of someone close who has died. The executor ensures that the rules that govern the administration of a probate estate are followed.

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Here are three key tasks of the executor job: