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The Responsibilities Of An Executor

After a death, it’s frequently assumed that the deceased’s next of kin will take control of financial affairs, but in reality the case is often quite different. When making a will it’s common to appoint an executor of the will which, in simple terms, is a person who is to be responsible for...

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