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 Duties of the Estate Executor
 What Does an Executor Do?
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 Who can assist with my Will?
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Deceased Estate Administration
Welcome to Deceased Estate SA and on our website we will be providing you with as much information as possible on getting your deceased estate administration done and since we provide this service and will be able to assist you, please feel free to contact us in this regard.

We are going to be looking at a variety of issues that include the duties of the executor, what an executor does, and administration process for the estate of the deceased. We have been working in the fields for the last couple of years and we have helped allot of clients to get the administration done on an estate and we are here to help you get through this process.

There are quite a few steps involved in this process and because we have the experience, we will be able to assist you and make sure that the process gets completed as quickly and easily as possible. If you were appointed as an executor of an estate and feel that you do not know what is involved and what must done, then you can contact us to assist you in this regard.

We will be adding new and exciting articles and news related to estate administration, so be sure to pop in weekly. We hope you enjoy our website and please give us any feedback in this regard.

What Does an Executor Do?

This question has come up quite a bit from our subscribers and we have decided to do an outline of what the executor duties entail. The executor is basically in plain terms, responsible to handle all the outstanding issues once a person dies, thus looking and determining the assets of the deceased as well as liabilities and debts.

Now an executor does not need to be a lawyer or financial fundi and it is only required that the executor be completely honest in the duties that need to be performed.

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Who can Assist as an Executor?

A person will nominate a professional person or a trusted family member or friend in its will to be the executor of his or her deceased estate. On date of death the nominated person may make use of a third party to assist as with the duties of a executor of the estate.

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Deceased Estate Administration

The process involved in the estate administration of a deceased it most of the times a complex scenario and it involves validating all beneficiaries, creditors etc.

Most people of out there do not know what the steps involve and how to administer the estate and that is where we come in to assist people to get the process completed, as smoothly as possible. A very important factor to notice is that a person can only act as the executor of an estate if he/she I appointed by the Master of the High Court and then the duties outlined in the Administration of Estates Act needs to be adhered to.

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Please note that we do not offer deceased estate administration services ourselves, and only provide leads to companies specialising in this field. We cannot be held responsible for any actions a company takes and we only provide this service as a lead provider.

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