Legal Advice for Executing a Will — 15 results
Written by attorney Judd Roy Bean II, about 1 year ago.
Choosing the person or institution you put in charge of administering your estate and carrying out your final wishes (the executor) -- is one of the most important decisions in preparing a... more
Written by attorney Scott Golightly, over 3 years ago.
Congratulations! You have completed
the important task of preparing and executing a last will and
testament. This guide attempts to answer several of the frequently asked
Written by attorney Alan Brinkmeier, about 4 years ago.
The only thing a notary should do regarding a will are these steps -->
- immediately after the will is executed by the testator, and the correct number of witnesses sign as witnesses,... more
Written by attorney Russell Nowell, about 3 years ago.
An executor or a trustee is a fiduciary. That means that the executor is required to answer to the Court for the way the executor has handled other people's money. If he has failed to... more
Written by attorney Theodore Robinson, almost 4 years ago.
Initially, there is a presumption of the Will Maker's testamentary capacity when the will is drafted and executed under the supervision of an attorney. This is especially true when the... more