Are Executors Personally Liable? Do You Know What You Are Getting Into?




When you agree to act as an executor and formally get sworn
into the position what have you done? 

Are you now liable (personally) for any of the debts of the
deceased person? 

Can beneficiaries hold you liable for loses in the stock market
or in other assets? 

What if you have not insudred a piece of real estate and it is
damaged by fire? Are you now liable?

Get the ansers to these and other questions before you act as
an executor and before you elect the executor of your estate?


David M. Frees III, Esquire
Chariman:  Trusts, Estates and Wealth Preservation Section
Unruh, Turner, Burke and Frees

610-933-8069

Call for an appointment or a telephone conference.

David Frees limits his practice to the areas of Trusts,
Estates, Wills, and Estate Planning as well as representing
executors and trustees.

However, David is a resource for all of his clients and will
make sure that you get the right attorney, within the firm or
outside of the firm for your particular legal issues.


David M. Frees, III
Attorney, Speaker and Author
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