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5 Questions You May Have After Becoming Executor Of A Deceased Relative’s Will

If a close relative of yours died recently, you may have discovered that they made you executor of their will. If so, you may have many questions about what you should do and how to go about the probate process. Below are answers to five possible questions you may have after becoming the executor of your deceased relative's will. Do You Automatically Have Legal Power as an Executor? Once you find out you were named the executor of your loved one's will, you may wonder if you automatically have legal power over their estate. Read More 

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Thank you for visiting my website. I am Lucy Miller. When buying a home, I found that one of the most challenging aspects of that process was handling the legal aspects of purchasing that home. I am not an attorney, but I am also not afraid to dig into the nitty-gritty and find out everything that I need to know to make sure that my real estate transaction goes on without a hitch. This has been helpful both when purchasing my own home and as an investor. I hope that my website on real estate law will be helpful to you.

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