Executor Insights

Get important insights on the executor role from the articles below. The articles featured on this blog are a complement to the executor plan you’ll get here on Executor.org when you sign up.

Is the Executor in Breach of Fiduciary Duty?

What do you do if you are concerned that the executor of a relative’s estate might not be acting in good faith; that she might not be honest in her communication or may be acting unfairly in some way? What can be done to ensure the executor duties are being fulfilled correctly?

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Why is GoodTrust important for Executor.org users?

The reasons for Executor.org users to get started with their digital legacy cut across both the pragmatic and the emotional, whether it’s about memorializing or shutting down accounts or preserving and sharing all the associated stories and memories. The issue of digital legacy is not just about who, what, and where, but also about how…

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Help! I Can’t Find An Item Mentioned In The Will

As an executor, what do you do when you can’t find an item listed as a bequest in a will? What does this mean if you are the beneficiary of the missing item? Let us help answer your questions as you navigate the executor responsibilities.

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The Beneficiary Doesn’t Want the Bequest. Now What?

What do you do, as executor, when the recipient doesn’t want the bequest they receive in a will? We’ve outlined what your executor duties require when a beneficiary does not want a bequest.

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Getting Sentimental in the Executor Role

Distributing sentimental assets in an estate can be a difficult part of the executor duties, but with communication and expert help, you can tackle this aspect of your executor role.

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After the Funeral

You’re an executor. You know you have executor responsibilities that begin immediately after the funeral, but where do you start? Here’s what to do in your executor role directly after the funeral.

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Manage Executor Duties with Dream Team

When you are dreaming of completing your executor responsibilities as efficiently and effectively as you can, getting the right team working together with you is going to make that dream a reality.

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Being an Executor in a Pandemic

How can you complete, let alone begin, all of your executor duties during a pandemic? Research and patience are key to not letting important executor responsibilities slip through the cracks.

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Executor Website Simplifies The Executor Process

The executor process is complicated. It can include as many as 150 steps and take more than a year to complete. Executors have a legal responsibility and want to do a good job to honor the will writer. Executors rely on professionals (such as attorneys) to do the more technical work in the process, but…

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