The Responsibilities Of Estate Executors

Executors and administrators of estates bear a high degree of loyalty to beneficiaries. Any hint of a breach of that duty will draw scrutiny from the courts. If you are an executor or administrator of an estate and have questions or concerns about your obligations, the law office of Joseph A. Ledwidge, P.C., is here to provide you with the guidance and representation you need. Probate law attorney Joseph Ledwidge has over 15 years of experience and can guide you through this complex legal terrain.

Do you have questions about the obligations of executors and fiduciaries? Contact us today online or by telephone at 718.276.6656 to arrange a consultation with an experienced New York estate and probate attorney.

Avoid Personal Liability

As an executor or fiduciary, you can be held personally responsible for any breach of your fiduciary duties. A simple misstep in the probate or administration of an estate can expose you to costly liabilities, including lawsuits brought by estate beneficiaries.

You can protect yourself against these problems by knowing your obligations. If you receive scrutiny from the court, you must be able to account for every single item you are responsible for. An experienced probate attorney can help you through any such scrutiny and provide you with strong representation in the event you are accused of breaching your duties. Joseph Ledwidge has successfully represented numerous executors and fiduciaries and can protect your rights in this critical legal matter.

Feel Supported In Your Executor Role

If you have questions about your duties as an executor or administrator, we can provide you with the guidance you need. Contact us online or by calling 718.276.6656 to arrange a consultation with a knowledgeable New York estate administration lawyer.

We represent clients in Queens, Brooklyn and throughout the New York City metropolitan area.