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When a person dies with a properly prepared will, an executor is named in their will document. The executor through probate proceedings becomes THE PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE and is the responsible party (with the help of professionals) to settle the affairs and distribute assets to the beneficiaries of an estate.

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