Most people are genuinely honored when a friend, family member or loved one asks them to be the executor of their estate. When the time finally arrives, most executors are overwhelmed to learn of the responsibilities they’ve agreed to. They are even more surprised to learn that they are personally liable for their actions as executor, and overwhelmed by the complexity of the tasks ahead of them. You are entitled, as an executor, to seek advice and counsel and the estate will pay for this (it doesn’t come out of your pocket). The experienced probate and estate administration attorneys at the Loftin Firm will guide you each step of the way. We can help to make the process much easier to understand, and work with you to ensure that each obligation is successfully discharged, providing you with support and peace of mind.
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