Can executor appoint a representative?

Generally, an executor can appoint an "agent" who can act on their behalf. This is done when the executor lives some distance from where the estate is being probated or in another state. You should ask the attorney who is handling the estate.



If the executor simply wants to appoint someone else to take over their duties that would not be approved by the court. In that case, the executor should decline and let the court appoint another person as executor.

Generally, an executor can appoint an "agent" who can act on their behalf. This is done when the executor lives some distance from where the estate is being probated or in another state. You should ask the attorney who is handling the estate.



If the executor simply wants to appoint someone else to take over their duties that would not be approved by the court. In that case, the executor should decline and let the court appoint another person as executor.

Generally, an executor can appoint an "agent" who can act on their behalf. This is done when the executor lives some distance from where the estate is being probated or in another state. You should ask the attorney who is handling the estate.



If the executor simply wants to appoint someone else to take over their duties that would not be approved by the court. In that case, the executor should decline and let the court appoint another person as executor.

Generally, an executor can appoint an "agent" who can act on their behalf. This is done when the executor lives some distance from where the estate is being probated or in another state. You should ask the attorney who is handling the estate.



If the executor simply wants to appoint someone else to take over their duties that would not be approved by the court. In that case, the executor should decline and let the court appoint another person as executor.

Generally, an executor can appoint an "agent" who can act on their behalf. This is done when the executor lives some distance from where the estate is being probated or in another state. You should ask the attorney who is handling the estate.

If the executor simply wants to appoint someone else to take over their duties that would not be approved by the court. In that case, the executor should decline and let the court appoint another person as executor.