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What Are the Duties of an Executor or Personal Representative of a Will?
What Are the Duties of an Executor or Personal Representative of a Will?

When you make a Last Will and Testament, you designate a person to serve as the executor of your estate, which is called a personal representative in Michigan. A personal representative in a will has significant legal responsibilities in an estate, so it’s important to ...

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    When you make a Last Will and Testament, you designate a person to serve as the executor of your estate, which is called a personal representative in Michigan. A personal representative in a will has ...

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    When you make a Last Will and Testament or establish a Trust, you designate beneficiaries to receive property under the Will or through the Trust . You can provide that beneficiaries inherit through ...

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