Written by attorney Kera Murphy Reed

Duties of an Estate Fiduciary

The executor is a “fiduciary” and must administer the estate in accordance with the decedent’s wishes as stated in the will. Being a fiduciary means that executor must place the interests of the estate and its beneficiaries above their own.

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