You need to decide if you have the time and desire to serve as executor.  Being an executor requires the time and diligence to wrap up the affairs of the deceased person.  It also involves dealing with a fair amount of legal paperwork. If you do not feel that you can complete these tasks you can hire an executor support firm that will complete many of the tasks for you.  If you can also petition the court to allow you to renounce your executorship.

Related Articles

How do I access bank accounts?

How do I sell my loved one’s house or vehicles? Or, can I keep the house?

How do I distribute my loved one’s assets properly?

Can I be reimbursed for funeral costs or other expenses I have paid?

What should I do with my loved one’s household property?

My brother is the executor, but he is not following the Will. What do I do?

My loved one has a trust. Is probate necessary?

Do i need a probate attorney?

What do i do if my loved one had very few assets?

Synopsis of Nevada probate law

Do i have to pay my loved one's debts and taxes?

Is probate necessary for my loved one's estate?

Back to Probate  |  Start Your Case