Probate 101 – Appointment of the Executor
If you are named Executor in a Will, you may be asking yourself what are the next steps? Hiring a knowledgeable and experienced probate/estate attorney can help you with all the necessary steps in probating the Will. The first phase of probate is to get appointed as Executor by the Surrogates Court.
The following documents may need to be submitted to the Surrogates Court to allow you to become Executor.
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