Personal Representative & Estate Executor
If you are named personal representative by a will, or appointed executor by the courts, your responsibilities will vary depending on the complexity of the estate, the organization of affairs, and your relationship with the heirs or beneficiaries of the deceased.
Some probate cases may take years to close, whereas others may be settled in a few months. There are a number of things you can do early in the process to ensure a smooth experience.
To learn more about the types of things you can expect, call our helpline representatives at (317) 344-8908 to get access to our Personal Representative Probate Organizer and get connected with the best probate resource providers for your specific situation.
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