Being an executor involves a whole host of responsibilities that take an average of 500 hours and often last well over a year*.
That’s longer than sitting down and watching all 724 Simpson’s back-to-back, twice. Or practically watching every episode of M.A.S.H. fives times in a row.
And we’re talking focused effort too, not the mindless kind.
Plus you usually only have to be an executor once or twice in your life, so that leaves most of us stuck navigating a web of bureaucracy without any prior experience.
Fortunately for you, we’ve got ya covered. By the end of this you’ll know what executors of an estate are, what they do, and how to do a great job if you’ve been chosen to serve as one.