The Importance of Having a Will | NECA

The Importance of Having a Will

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The loss of a loved one is a distressing time for the family that is left behind. Not only must they deal with the grief of their loss but they must also consider the legal issues that need to be addressed, sometimes very soon after death. The executor's role is to represent the deceased and act is the best interests of the beneficiaries. They are responsible for protecting the assets immediately after death but there can be great uncertainty a conflict between family members when there is no Will giving someone the authority to do what is required.

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