If an account holder dies and the account is not in joint names, personal representative(s) can be registered on the account. In due course, after completion of legal formalities, the personal representatives will be able to deal with the account on behalf of the estate of the deceased person.
A person who administers a deceased person's estate. If there is a will and the personal representative is named in it they are known as an executor. If there is no will, or they are appointed by the court, they are known as an administrator. For more on the responsibilities of a personal representative, see the Customer Guide to IHT.
If someone dies, a personal representative is appointed to deal with the dead person's estate. If there is a will, the executors appointed will be the personal representatives. If there is no will, the courts will appoint someone.
A person appointed through the will of a deceased or by a court to settle the estate of one who dies.
Person who deals with the estate of a deceased person under the terms of a will or the rules of intestacy. Duties and responsibilities end when the estate has been dispersed and all taxes and debts paid.
The trust company or individual appointed by the court or named in a will to carry out the terms of the will (termed "executor" or "administrator" in some states).
The person who administers an estate, sometimes also known as Executor.
An individual who is appointed by a probate court to administer a decedent's estate. Formerly referred to as an "executor."
The person with legal authority to wind-up the deceased's estate. The personal representative is an Executor or Executrix if appointed by a Will, and an Administrator or Administratrix if appointed by the Court where there is no valid Will, or no appointment of an executor or executrix in a valid Will.
A person picked by the court to collect, manage and distribute a person's probate assets when they die.
In Michigan, a person appointed by a court to distribute the property of a person dying intestate.
See Executor, above.
Person named by testator to carry out instructions in his will. An executor or administrator of a decedent's estate.
The executor or administrator of a decedent's estate.
a fiduciary who, in addition to the specific duties imposed by law , is under a general duty to settle the estate as expeditiously and with as little sacrifice of value as is reasonable under all of the circumstances
a fiduciary who must observe the standards of care applicable to trustees
a fiduciary who shall
a legal guardian appointed by the court or someone you choose as power of attorney to act on your behalf
a person appointed to manage the property of a person who has died
a person legally authorized to make health care decisions on another person's behalf or legally authorized to act on behalf of a deceased individual or the individual's estate
a person or trust company that you wish to handle your affairs after your death
a person that you name in your Will to carry out your desires, as expressed in your Will, and to settle your estate
a person who has received letters to administer the estate of a decedent
The person who manages the decedent's estate; interchangeable with administrator or executor.
A party appointed by a court to carry out the terms of a will. This court appointment occurs if no executor is named in the will or the named executor cannot serve.
Person(s) who administer an estate and includes Executor, Administrator, Successor Administrator, and Administrator With Will Annexed (W.W.A.), and persons who perform substantially the same function under the law governing their status.
An executor, administrator, or anyone else who is in charge of a decedent's property.
A person named in your will who is responsible for administration of your estate. In some states the personal representative is called an executor.
Personal representative includes an executor, administrator, successor personal representative, special administrator and persons who perform substantially the same function under the law governing their status.
Person named in a will (Executor/Executrix) or appointed by the Register (Administrator/Administratrix) to administer an estate.
The fiduciary appointed by the court to administer an estate; also referred to as an administrator or executor.
An executor, administrator, or trustee of a will.
Person named in a will to manage your estate after you die. Often referred to as the Executor/Executrix.
A person appointed by the court to settle an estate.
The person or financial institution appointed by the probate register or the court to administer a deceased person's estate.
Someone appointed by a person in a Will or by the Court to carry out the Will's provisions or the distributions pursuant to statute. A “ co-personal representative” acts as personal representative with another or others. A "successor" personal representative takes the place of a personal representative who can no longer hold office.
An individual appointed by a court to make decisions on behalf of an estate, or on behalf of a person who is not mentally or physically able to make decisions for themselves. A personal representative will have "letters of authority" to confirm their status.
It is a common term used for a person appointed to oversee the will's distributions. See "Executor."
The individuals (or institutions) named in a will or appointed by the Probate Court who are responsible for gathering a decedent's assets, paying debts, taxes, and expenses, selling assets of the estate, if necessary, and distributing the remaining property and money according to the terms of the will (or the intestate laws of the state of residence). The personal representative must preserve and protect the estate assets and account to the estate beneficiaries for estate income and expenses. The personal representative must file a federal and state estate tax return, if required, and must also file final state and federal income tax returns for the decedent, and, if necessary, federal and state income tax returns for the estate.
A person or agency named in a will to administer the estate of a deceased person. (Also executor/executrix.)
Same as executor or administrator.
Person or persons appointed by the court to settle and distribute the estate of a decedent.
Another name of an executor or administrator.
The administrator or executor of a deceased person or the guardian of a child or the conservator of an incompetent.
The person responsible for administering an estate. Sometimes referred to as an executor.
A person acting as administrator, executor, or guardian of the estate of any licensee; trustee of the bankrupt estate of any licensee; or assignee for the benefit of creditors. Upon receiving permission from the DIRECTOR, the personal representative may sell and DEAL in spirituous liquor for a period not exceeding twenty-four (24) months from the date of the appointment as the licensee's personal representative. See PROBATE. ARS 4-204, 4-202(B), 4-209(I)
A person who manages the legal affairs of another, such as a power of attorney or executor.
Another name for an executor or administrator.
The person responsible for the administration of an estate. This includes paying creditors and heirs.
The person who manages the assets of an estate, using the will, if any, as a guide, through the probate process. This person was formerly known as the Executor or Executrix.
a person appointed by the probate court to administer a decedent's estate. See also Executor or Administrator.
see Executor and Administrator.
A personal representative is the person or entity who manages the decedent's estate.
The fiduciary appointed to administer the estate of a deceased person. The personal representative has responsibility to submit the decedent's will to probate (if a will exists), inventory and value the assets of the decedent, pay the proper debts and liabilities of the decedent, pursue or release claims of the estate, and distribute property of the decedent to the persons entitled to receive it either under a valid will or as directed pursuant to the intestacy statutes.
the person who administers your estate if you die without your own estate plan; administers you estate according to the will drawn up for you by the legislature. Often used interchangeably with Executor, or referred to as the "P.R."
person appointed by the court to represent and act on the behalf of the decedent and the decedents estate.
The person who administers an estate. If named in a will, that person's title is an executor. If there is no valid will, that person's title is an administrator.
the person appointed by the Court to administer the estate of a deceased person who died without a Will, or an executor named in a Will to administer the estate of a deceased person and whose appointment is confirmed by the Court. R to T
This term describes an executor or administrator.
The fiduciary appointed by the court to administer the estate and refers to what has been known as an administrator or executor.
The person named in your will to administer your estate.
An all inclusive term for the Executor or Administrator of a probate estate.
Person who administers legal affairs of another because of incapacity or death.
A person who settles a decedent's estate. Sometimes called an executor or administrator.
An individual or corporation nominated in a will and appointed by a court to settle the estate of the testator.
The person responsible for handling the affairs of an estate including collecting the assets, paying just debts, filing tax returns and making distribution to heirs. If there is a probate estate the personal representative may be an executor (if there is a will) or an administrator (if the estate is intestate). Or the successor trustee of an intervivos trust may serve as a personal representative.
the person or financial institution that is appointed by the court to administer a probate estate.
An executor or administrator (see above). In Maryland both executors and administrators are referred to as the Personal Representative (often abbreviated "P.R.").
Any executor, administrator, guardian or trustee, but not a temporary administrator.
In the law of wills, the general name given to the person who administers the estate of a deceased person. There are two kinds of personal representatives: an administrator who is appointed by a court if a person dies without a will (intestate) and an executor if a personal representative is named in a will.
A generic term for the person who manages the estate. Can be either an administrator, executor, or an executrix.
The person who carries out the administration of an estate of a deceased.
The term commonly used today instead of administrator or executor.
A person named in a will or appointed by the district court to administer the estate of a decedent. Formerly referred to as executor, administrator.
Another term used for an Executor, Administrator, Trustee, Conservator or Guardian.
The person appointed by the court in a probate case to handle an estate. This person is often referred to as the "PR" and in some states is called the "executor". The decedent's will can name the PR, but the PR generally does not have the authority to act until appointed by the court.
The person named by the court to handle an estate if no executor is named in the will, or if an executor declines to serve. This individual is responsible for filing tax returns on behalf of the estate.
A person that has been given the authority, via Domiciliary Letters, to act on the behalf of a deceased personâ€™s estate.
The person who administers a dead person's estate. If named in a will, the personal representative is called an executor. If there is no will, the personal representative is called an administrator.
An executor or administrator of an estate.
In the law of wills, this is the general name given to the person who administers the estate of a deceased person. There are two kinds of personal representatives. Where a person dies without a will, the court must appoint an administrator. Where a personal representative is named in a will, the personal representative is known as an executor.
One appointed by a probate court to administer the estate of a deceased person.
The individual administering an estate, whether an executor or administrator.
Administrator of a deceased person's estate.