Why You May Not Want to Be an Executor

Being asked to be an executor is an honor, but it can come with some unexpected commitments. According to Russ Weis, Chief Financial Planning Officer at Marshall Financial Group—as quoted in NerdWallet— you should be clear on what’s involved. Here’s what you need to think carefully about before agreeing to be an executor.

Read the full article on Nerdwallet.

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