If your loved one died without a will and you went to the probate court and was appointed as the executor of everything but you want to continue to live in the home can you still do that? Click here to find out more.
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This article addresses being a San Diego Real Estate Trustee and the experience of aggressive beneficiaries.
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.
When acting as the estate executor you’re allowed to use estate funds during the San Diego probate administration. You can be personally liable for misuse.