Once all the assets have been distributed and the account of what has been done has been filed, your role as executor or administrator has been concluded. This entire process will sometimes take just a few weeks, and other times could take many months or even years. Many people consider it an honor to be named executor, but it is also an important responsibility. Executor may also be entitled to commissions for his or her hard work as fiduciary of the estate.
If you are unsure of how to handle certain aspects of the estate administration, you don’t have to try to figure it all out on your own. You can have an attorney working with you every step of the way to ensure everything is done correctly. Our team has helped hundreds of individuals and families with their probate and estate administration needs, and we can help you too. To speak with us about this option, please give us a call at 516-693-9363 today. If you are a beneficiary under a Will or distribute under the State law and you need an analysis of your share of the estate, we can help you too.