Executors are responsible for collecting in the assets of your estate, paying debts funeral expenses and taxes. They are also trustees to beneficiaries underage. Executors should be people you trust. You should check with them first if they are interested in being appointed in your Will.
You should consider spouse / partner, either alone or jointly with other individuals. It is advisable to appoint at least 2 who can act together in the administration.
You can also consider appointing the Will Writing Services Company to act as your executor particularly is you don’t have close friends or family. See question 33 below.
Name and addresses of intended executors
You should consider appointing an alternate Executors in case partner/ spouse don’t want to act or unable to act or predecease you.
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