10 Important Estate Executor Duties to Fulfill After a Death
Being chosen executor of an estate indicates that you are capable and trustworthy. You are most likely a family member, a close friend or attorney of the individual who has asked you to ensure their final wishes are carried out. While being named the executor, or personal representative, of someone’s estate is somewhat of an…Read More
Do You Have to Sue Yourself Sometimes?
Utah case highlights the responsibility of estate executors and personal representatives who have a duty to the estate that could include suing themselves. The Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog discussed a Utah case that involved someone suing themselves and the pursuit of a wrongful death lawsuit in “Case Summary on Suing Yourself as Personal…Read More
Money May Not Be the Root of Family Estate Dispute
If one watches an estate dispute among wealthy families in the media, they sometimes find out that it isn’t just about the dollars. Traditionally feuds are over wealth, crown or other inheritances and are considered to be about money. Generally speaking something deeper is going on, according to Psych Central in “Death, Wealth, and the…Read More