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There has never been a plan that has perfectly withstood the act of implementation. That includes estate plans. Because of that simple fact, it is vital that you select an executor who will minimize the possibility of a lawsuit.
The basic duties of the executor are straightforward. However, problems can arise if the executor acts negligently and ignores the written acts of the will or makes mistakes in carrying it out. These possibilities can leave the estate or the executor open to legal action. For that reason, you must choose the right person for the job. But who is that?
Taking care of an estate should be simple, but if you choose the wrong person for this delicate job, problems can get out of control and end up in court. And once in court, estate litigation can turn into bitter, divisive family problems. The right executor might make all the difference.