Who will you entrust to administer your estate once you’re gone? That’s one of the most critical questions you’ll face in the estate planning process. When you die, someone will need to assume the role of selling your property, paying off debts, handling any outstanding lawsuits, and ensuring that your assets are administered according to your stated wishes—among other things.
This individual is called the executor of your estate, and it’s important that you name this person in your will. Who will your executor be? That’s ultimately up to you—but here are a few guidelines to consider.
If you’re not sure who best to serve as your executor, seek guidance from Singh Law Firm. Contact us today with any of your estate planning questions or concerns.