When advising people who are making their will, a common question we are asked is who should I choose to be my executors?
You need to appoint at least one person to deal with your estate after you have died, and we understand choosing people to undertake this role can be tricky. Being an executor carries some important legal and financial responsibilities, so it is important that you pick the right person to carry out the wishes that you have specified in your will.
In part three of our private client video series Sadvi Baichoo, chartered legal executive at Hughes Solicitors in Heathfield in East Sussex, discusses the various options open to you and explains:
- the requirements for an executor;
- key responsibilities an executor must carry out; and
- the benefits of using a solicitor to act alongside a friend or family member.
Click here to watch the video on choosing an executor for your estate or play the video below:
For further information on making a will and choosing someone to administer your estate, please contact Sadvi Baichoo in our private client team in Heathfield, East Sussex on 01435 890 101 or email email@example.com.
This article is for general information purposes only and does not constitute legal or professional advice. Please note that the law may have changed since the date this article was published.