What Is The Role Of An Executor Of An Estate?
When a person is named the executor of an estate, they typically are uncertain about their duties. Essentially, an executor’s duty is to carry out the wishes of their deceased loved one. They have a duty to the other beneficiaries. They also have to take great care to see that they fulfill their duties within the guidelines of the law.
At the law firm of Lyons & Supple, we have more than 30 years of experience helping estate executors. We can put our experience to work for you.
What Are The Basic Guidelines For Executors?
The first set of guidelines that needs to be adhered to when executing an estate is the terms of the will. We know how to carefully read wills, gather all of the assets, seek out property appraisal and more.
The second set of guidelines, of course, is the law. We are intimately familiar with the state and federal laws that pertain to estate administration as well as the probate process. When you enlist us to provide executor assistance, you can be confident that every step we take will be within the confines of the law and within the terms of the will that your loved one has prepared.
Communication. Personal Involvement. Careful Guidance.
We believe in listening to our clients. We believe in being there for you when you need us. Through every step of the estate administration and probate process, we will make certain that you are involved. You will know the steps to be taken. You will know why these steps must be taken. You will make the important choices along the way. We are here to guide you through this process.
Learn More About The Duties Of An Estate Executor
The lawyers at Lyons & Supple are available to provide executor assistance to people in Wappingers Falls and Dutchess County, New York. Send our law firm an email or call us at 866-587-0982 to schedule a consultation to talk about executor assistance.