Choosing a qualified executor to administer your end-of-life documents, such as a will or estate plan, is necessary for a short and inexpensive probate proceeding. The executor’s role carries many responsibilities and should not be taken lightly. The person you choose to be an executor should be consulted
and well-prepared for handling your legal, financial and business matters.
Passare.com™ and Robert L. Shepard, attorney at law know that choosing the right person is an important decision. Use this guide to help you pick the best
person for the task.