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Executor, Independent Executor, or Personal Representative

What are the duties of an Executor?

The words executor, independent executor, or personal representative of an estate signify a man named by the maker of a will to probate an estate, pay the deceased personís debts and last illness expenses, distribute assets, and otherwise carry out the terms of the will after the maker of the will dies.  The word "independent" denotes that the named executor is free of court supervision in accordance with applicable Texas law and the written wishes of the maker of the will expressed within the will.

The person identified in a deceased personís will as the executor, independent executor, or personal representative must follow the statutory procedures to probate a will, generally in the county where the deceased person resided.

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