What’s the Difference Between a San Diego Executor and Administrator?
When the decedent leaves a will, an “Executor” is responsible to carry out the directions and requests set forth in that will. Conversely, when a decedent dies “intestate” (i.e., the person passed away without leaving a will), the San Diego Probate Court appoints an “Administrator” to manage the decedent’s estate.
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