An executor (not executive) is the person who has the authority to administer the decedent's estate. He/She is appointed by a court with probate jurisdiction. He/She is usually appointed in the decedent's Will.
Asked in Estates, Probate, Debt Responsibility
Can you have more than 1 executive of your estate?
Yes, there can be more than one executive. It adds to the complexity of the administration. But it can also serve to insure that the estate is settled correctly and without bias. ...
Asked in Estates, Probate, Deeds and Ownership
What if a wife made her husband executive of estate after her death and then the husband dies who becomes executive of the estate then?
The court will appoint an executor. If there are no children or relatives that wish to take on the job, the court will typically assign an attorney or bank to do the job. ...
Asked in Celebrity Births Deaths and Ages
What executive positions has Charles H. Jenkins Jr. held?
Publix Super Markets, 1969-1974, assistant to the vice president of real estate; 1974-1988, vice president of real estate; 1988-1990, executive vice president; 1990-2000, chairman of the executive committee ...
Asked in Probate
What are the duties of an executive of a will?
To preserve and inventory the estate and determine its total assets. Then they have to determine all of the claims against the estate and settle them. Then they distribute the remainder according to the will or the intestacy laws. ...
What are the primary duties and responsibilities of a marketing executive in management of real estate?
to make laws and send them to the judicial branch to be passed or not
Asked in Real Estate
What are some estate agents one could purchase a new home from in Denver?
To find a real estate agent in the Denver, Colorado area one should check local listings in newspapers and real estate magazines that can usually be found in convenience stores. To name some real estate agents in the area there are Redstone Executive Real Estate, Allstars Real Estate, Keller Williams, and many more. ...
Asked in Power of Attorney
What is the difference between excutive and power of attorney?
An executive handles the estate of someone that has died. A power of attorney represents a living person. ...
Asked in Power of Attorney
What is the different in someone who has Power of Attorney And Executive of the will?
The power of attorney represents a living person. The executor of the estate takes care of things after death. ...
Asked in Deeds and Ownership, Wills
Can the executive of an estate sell the property or keep it?
They have the ability to determine if the property should be kept or sold. They can't keep it for themselves unless they are an heir and it is part of their share. ...
Asked in Estates
How does a person file to be an executive of an estate?
Once the individual is deceased, they would apply to the probate court. If there is a will, it may name an executor, if not, there is usually a form to fill out and have signed by the heirs. ...
Asked in Journalism
Explain the Concept of media as fourth estate?
The concept of media as the fourth estate implies that the media keep a powerful watch on the activities of the other three estates in England : Church, HOuse of temporals and house of commons. In India, the LEgislature, Executive and the Judiciary are the three estates, and the press is intended to keep a vigil on the functioning of these three estates, and is the fourth estate. ...
Why would an estate administrator be sued in a fiduciary lawsuit?
For mishandling an estate. For mishandling an estate. For mishandling an estate. For mishandling an estate. ...
Asked in Loans, Mortgages, Foreclosure
Who is responsible for mortgage on an estate foreclosure?
The estate is responsible for the mortgage. The estate is responsible for the mortgage. The estate is responsible for the mortgage. The estate is responsible for the mortgage. ...
Asked in Business and Industry
What services are offered by The Insolvency Service?
The Insolvency Service is part of the UK's DBIS where it is an executive branch. An example of what it provides is providing banking and investment services of estate funds during bankruptcy and liquidation. ...