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  • What Happens If the Personal Representative of an Estate Fails to Administer the Estate Properly?
    What Happens If the Personal Representative of an Estate Fails to Administer the Estate Properly?

    The personal representative of an estate has substantial responsibilities for administering the estate. While estate administration usually goes smoothly, especially if a lawyer assists with the ...

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  • Does an Executor or Trustee Have a Duty to Maintain Confidentiality?
    Does an Executor or Trustee Have a Duty to Maintain Confidentiality?

    The process of administering an estate after someone dies involves a lot of different responsibilities. The duties include collecting assets, paying debts and satisfying obligations, and distributing ...

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