Executors – Part 4
The job of your Executors is to administer your estate, that is to pay your debts and comply with all the stated wishes in your will. There can by up to four Executors and each must be aged 18 or over, and it is usual to appoint either one or two. You can also appoint Executor, who will only act if the person you first chose has died or does not wish to act. The Executors you name are not legally bound to act if they do not wish to, so you may have to ask them before you appoint them.
Unless your affairs are very simple, it may be wise to appoint professional m
Executors experienced in administering estates. The partners in Jackson Longe Solicitors will be happy to act as Executors if you appoint us, either on our own or jointly with another Executor. We do not charge a fee for being appointed, though of course there will eventually be a charge for the work we do after your death, based on the size of your estate and the amount of work we do.
PLEASE TICK ALL THE BOXES THAT APPLY.
Do you wish to appoint: