Estate administration involves the transfer of a person’s assets when they die as well as a variety of other directions regarding personal matters. The first question in administering an estate is whether the deceased died with or without a will. There a number of differences when administering an estate with or without a Will. Having a lawyer help guide you through the situation makes the process a lot simpler to deal with.
Executors obligations are to the beneficiaries and the creditors of the estate. When an individual takes on the role of executor they become liable to the administration of the estate. Therefore, it is important to obtain correct advice with regard to your role as the executor in order to administer your duties efficiently and effectively.