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What to Do If You Are the Executor of a Will

5. Search for Information You Can’t Easily Find Besides the obvious places such as filing cabinets and personal safes, you might want to check the person’s freezer for important documents, according to the Alaska Court System website. Your parent might ...

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Being the executor of a parent’s will involves a process that’s administrative and often emotional. You’re in charge of carrying out your late parent’s wishes, from disbursing assets and settling debts to going about the surprisingly clerical task of letting the government know he is no longer living.It can be hard to know where to start to execute a will if you’ve never done this beforeHere’s what you need to know about what to do as an executor of a will so that you can honor your late parent’s wishes for the distribution of assets.

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