Serving as an estate executor is a significant responsibility. In this role, you are tasked with carrying out a person’s affairs after he or she passes away, and this can involve addressing a myriad of financial and legal matters.
Unfortunately, you might also have to make decisions that are not popular or well-received by beneficiaries. You can face accusations of fraud or misconduct, and beneficiaries may try to remove you. To protect yourself, you can take the following measures.
Administering an estate can be time-consuming, complicated and stressful. However, with these measures in place, you can feel more confident that you are able to fulfil your obligations responsibly.