Estate Planning / executor

Responsibilities of an estate executor

“An executor is responsible for sorting out finances such as assets, liabilities, taxes, etc. of the deceased and distributing the assets to the heirs. An executor is not required to be legal or financial expert but takes on a fiduciary duty by maintaining highest degree of trust, impartiality, good faith, diligence and honesty” explains Komal Matwani, writing for WealthManagement.com. Get the details at: https://www.wealthmanagement.com/estate-planning/responsibilities-executor-explained

In some states like Utah, the term for an executor is “personal representative.”  

Source: Financial Planning for Women