Executor and Beneficiary Law
Executors and beneficiaries to a will each have their own rights and responsibilities. An executor of an estate is someone who is appointed to carry out the final wishes of the deceased, while a beneficiary stands to inherit some portion of the estate.
When creating estates, trusts and other items necessary to see the long-term success of an estate or individual, it is important to know how and which trustee, executor and agent to select for these matters. Knowing which information is best to go on when choosing these persons is not easy to discern, and sometimes legal help is better than choosing alone.Read more
The executor of an estate has many responsibilities. This individual may have been named in the will because the decedent placed particular trust in him or her. Alternatively, the court may have appointed this individual, believing that he or she could fulfill the duties the job entails.Read more
Executors and beneficiaries to a will each have rights and responsibilities as promulgated under state law. Both have important roles in the probate process and mechanisms to ensure that their rights are considered by the court.Read more
An executor of an estate is someone who is named or appointed to carry out the final wishes of the testator after his or her death. The steps involved in the process depend largely on the extent of the assets that comprise the estate, the amount of debt the testator has and the individual duties provided to the executor.Read more
It may be frustrating dealing with the trustee of a trust, the Executor of a Will, or the agent under a power of attorney, who you believe should be replaced. However, there are certain arguments a lawyer can make to fire a trustee, Executor, or agent under U.S. law.Read more