Estate Planning Isn’t Just For The Elderly

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How to choose an estate administrator

On Behalf of | May 17, 2019 | Probate & Estate Administration

Planning for one’s own long-term care and estate management can be a daunting task. The law firm of Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano offer estate planning legal services to New York residents who wish to secure legal assistance with these and other important undertakings. One of the most difficult decisions that individuals often have to make when it comes to estate planning is selecting who to choose as one’s estate administrator.

An estate administrator is in charge of making sure that a person’s testamentary plan is followed. They are responsible for finding assets, distributing them, paying bills and dealing with any challenges that may arise with regard to a person’s will or other testamentary documents. It is a big job, and choosing the right person to hold it can be difficult.

Estate planners may want to consider who lives near then when picking estate administrators, or they may wish to consider the time commitments that individuals may have before selecting those who will serve as administrators to the end-of-life estates. Picking the right administrator is just one of the many estate planning decisions that individuals must make, and having the right legal support can make all the difference in the process.

The law firm of Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano offers a wealth of information to their readers and clients through its website. Greater information on estate administration and probate, long-term care planning and guardianship and other topics may be found there. The firm is available to welcome new clients into its practice, and those who wish to begin their estate plans with confident legal help can reach the firm through its online presence.