Instructions and Duties . Instructions and Duties of an . Executor or Administrator for Decedent’s Estate . Prepared By: Melinda Dickerson Hetzel, Commissioner of ...
Division Responsibilities The Code of Virginia grants the Clerk of the Circuit Court the authority to Probate a Will, to appoint and qualify an Executor or ...
executor. n. the person appointed to administer the estate of a person who has died leaving a will which nominates that person. Unless there is a valid objection, the ...
Probate Information Overview. To probate an estate, you must go to the Circuit Court of the county in which the decedent resided at the time of death.
An executor is a legal term referring to a person named by the maker of a will or nominated by the testator, to carry out the directions of the will.
Virginia probate and estate administration information for executors, administrators, and trustees.
NORTH VA ESTATE PLANNING FIRM ADVISING EXECUTORS. Being named the executor of an estate in the Commonwealth of Virginia is a position of great responsibility.
Executors have a number of duties, depending on the complexity of the deceased person's financial and family circumstances. Typically, an executor must:
What is an executor? An executor is someone named in a will, or appointed by the court, who is given the legal responsibility to take care of a deceased person's ...
1 Instructions and Duties of an Executor or Administrator for Decedent's Estate Prepared By: Timothy A. Cope, Commissioner of Accounts COMMISSIONER OF ACCOUNTS