An executor of a Will carries out the wishes of a person after they die. The role of the executor is to manage the estate within the terms of the Will, manage the administration tasks and protect the assets of the estate. The executor must comply with various laws and rules that govern the administration of deceased estates. They may also need to resolve conflict between your beneficiaries in carrying out your wishes.
Being an executor can be a demanding role and should be fulfilled by someone you can trust or you might consider a solicitor, an accountant or NSW Trustee and Guardian if you do not want to burden family and friends.
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