Executors are individuals above the age of 18 who you appoint to handle your estate after your death. Choosing the right executor of your will is, thus, vital as they are responsible for all the decisions relating to your estate, such as spending money for your minor children.
When choosing your executor, ensure they are honest and understand the dynamics of your family. For instance, you can select your spouse or parent as the executor as they will have the best interests of your beneficiaries at heart.
However, avoid choosing executors that may end up fighting with one another, e.g., siblings. For more advice on wills and real estate, contact Meurer Law Offices P.C. to consult with an estate planning attorney.