If the deceased left behind a will, the executor/Letter Of Administrator (usually kin or a family member) will have the legal authority to manage the estate according to the deceased’s wishes. In many cases, the executor/Letter Of Administrator will sell the property and divide the proceeds among other family members. Even though it is a relatively straightforward process, executors sometimes make avoidable mistakes that can delay the completion of the sale.
For example, authorizing important documents under the deceased’s name instead of their own.
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