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'Mary Randolph, an editor at Nolo, a publisher of do-it-yourself legal guides and author of The Executor's

Guide, says it is a good idea to get a lawyer to help unwind a trust, especially if it will hold a significant

amount of money. Trust owners can take some steps on their own--for example, going to a bank to change

ownership of a trust-owned bank account back into their names as individuals. But if the trust holds a

business or another asset, that could be more complicated. 'If you've got some money to spend on attorney

fees--and most people who have created AB trusts do--it can save you a lot of trouble later, Ms. Randolph

says.'Wall Street Journal 'Covers the gamut of estate chores and helps you get through them.'Kiplinger's

Retirement Report 'Explains how to find state-specific information, and an appendix sorts legalities by

state.'Miami Herald 'Provides a guide for executors and trustees, describing legal procedures and

terminology, what to expect, decisions that will need to be made, and questions to ask.'Reference &

Research Book News 'The Executor's Guide [is] a super-detailed, step-by-step book that's a must-read.'Beth

Fenner, CNN 'More Money' blog 'The Executor's Guide leads readers through the process of what they must

do if they are named as executor. In a nutshell, they must gather the deceased person's assets, pay debts and

taxes, and distribute what's left. This book helps them know what to expect, what decisions they will need to

make, when to get help, and what questions to ask. One very important part of the job is dealing with family

members. They'll want to know what's happening, which means they may have to field a lot of anxious

questions. Why is it taking so long to distribute the assets? Shouldn't you sell Dad's stock (or car or house)

before its value drops? Why can't I take the rocking chair Mother always told me she wanted me to have?

What are you going to do about Mom's sister, who's taking things from the house? ---Savannah Jones,

SirReadaLot.org Millions of baby boomers are currently (or will soon be) serving as executors, and this

book shows exactly what to do NOW to make the job manageable. See all Editorial Reviews

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