Executor's Manual: Everything You Need to Know to Settle an Estate

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Doubleday, 1986 - Business & Economics - 462 pages
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Explains an executor's duties, describes the needs and emotions of the bereaved, and discusses probate, life insurance, government benefits, bank accounts, real estate, debts, estate taxes, and charitable bequests

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Contents

A Job Description
1
The Selection Process
7
What an Executor Must Know About the Psychological Aspects of Death and Dying
14
Copyright

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