Can an Executor Change a Will?


An executor can change a will provided there is a good reason to change it. The will must be effected within two years of the death of the individual and an amendment must be written before any changes are made.
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1. Document the circumstances that led you to want to change the executor of an estate of which you are a beneficiary. A detailed record of the problems and/or alleged malfeasances
Answer The individual has his or her will amended to show the new named executor or executrix. The amending will need to be witnessed and notarized (preferably) in the same manner
We did this with my father-in-law. When he made his will, his children (my wife and her brother) were young; he did not want to burden them with the responsibility so he made his
You really need to do an amendment or codicil to your will to change the executor. It is not advisable to try to do this yourself, since improper amendments to a will can affect the
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