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Executors, estate administration and MD Private Trust Company

Your executor is the person you appoint in your will to administer your estate and ensure that your final wishes are carried out according to your intentions.

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Needless to say, the choice of executor is very important. Your executor or executors will make crucial decisions for your estate after you die and may affect the manner and timing of the distribution of your estate. While each executor must act according to the terms of your will and prevailing legislation, it is important for you to ensure that each one is trustworthy and responsible. The list of duties to be performed by an executor is long and onerous, especially when you have corporate or otherwise complex assets.