What Does an Executor of a Deceased Estate Do?

What Does an Executor of a Deceased Estate Do?

Your loved one has entrusted you to administer their estate, and you probably feel overwhelmed with the burden of this responsibility in the midst of your grief. Depending on the size of the estate, your duties can become quite complicated, but the Adelaide Probate & Estate law specialists at Genders & Partners can guide you through the process to ensure that you carry out your responsibilities with a minimum of stress.

Locating the Will and Safeguarding Assets
As executor, your first job after the person’s death is to locate the original Will, which may be with the deceased’s important papers or held securely at a trustee company or lawyer’s office. If you do not have the original in hand right away, you can still work with a copy to familiarise yourself with the contents and make funeral arrangements according to the person’s wishes.