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Closing Down The Estate

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Executive Summary

When a loved one dies, somebody must step up to the plate to handle all the resulting tax issues. This person may be identified in the decedent's will as executor of the estate. If there isn't a will, however, the probate court will appoint someone to be the administrator. In either case, it's often the surviving spouse or another family member who takes on this responsibility.

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