What is the difference between an executor and a personal representative by sandro puccinelli executor responsibilities the executor or personal representative is named in the will to manage the disposition of the decedents property in accordance with the testators wishes what rights do heirs have in probate investing . Although this may appear relatively simple it is important that the personal representative understand the responsibilities associated with the position as a word of caution failure to adhere to these duties and responsibilities can result in the filing of lawsuits against the personal representative of the estate for breach of fiduciary duty. Get this from a library executors and personal representatives rights and responsibilities margaret c jasper provides an overview of the probate process and explains the rights and responsibilities of the decedents personal representative and executor. This post sets out the role of an executor of a will including the rights and responsibilities of an executor of a will in australia in his or her capacity as legal personal representative of the deceased retrospectively from the date of death when probate is granted. In many states the role and use of the terms personal representative and executor are interchangeable with no real difference in duties and responsibilities however an executor is an individual or fiduciary institution named by the decedent in the last will and testament a personal
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