If I am named as Executor in the Will during probate, do I have to take on this responsibility?
No, it's not mandatory… If you do elect to function as the estate's Personal Representative you can step down at any time, although you may have to provide a written "accounting" for the time you did do the job. An alternate Executor named in the Will is then appointed by the probate court. If no alternate is named in the Will, or the named alternates die or do not wish take this responsibility on, or a person dies without a Will, the probate court will appoint someone to serve in this position throughout the probate process.
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