An executor is a person who has been appointed to administer a deceased estate. Executors carry out the instructions of the deceased and manage their affairs after their death. The executor of a will is often a family member or friend of the deceased. However, it is also possible to name a professional, such as a lawyer, as the executor of one’s will.
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