Ending our three-part blog series Six Tips for Personal Representatives Administering Estates, we will point out some final helpful tips for the people in charge of administering the estates of decedents.
Paying creditors of the estate, as well as the estate taxes, will be an important step to complete before the assets of the estate can be distributed to the beneficiaries. Here is what is important to keep in mind when it comes to paying creditors and estate taxes as part of the estate administration process:
Of all of our tips for personal representatives administering estates, this is the single most significant tip to remember. The bottom line is that:
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