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I've been designated as an executor/liquidator. What should I do?

Acting as an executor/liquidator means you're responsible for settling the estate of the deceased person according to their wishes, while meeting applicable legal requirements.

The responsibilities of an executor/liquidator can vary, but include distributing assets among heirs, closing accounts and more.

Need assistance? Feel free to talk to your advisor. If appropriate, they can refer you to National Bank Trust, where a team of experts is available to offer support and assistance in your role. For more details, discover our trust and estate services.

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