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From: bob gillis <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Settlement difference between admin and exec.
Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 08:03:43 -0500
Cheryl Freeman wrote:
>Executors were named by the testator in their will. In the case of someone
>who died intestate, someone (creditor, potential heir, etc) requested the
>court to administer the estate. Letters of Administration were drawn up, and
>an administrator was appointed. I have separate tags for probate and
>administration. The process isn't that different, but my roles and
>sentences differ. Probably could have put them all on a single tag, if I'd
>thought it through first. <G>
I think that administration and execution both come under Probate. The
former is appointed by the court and the latter is named by the testator.
and Teresa Elliott wrote:
>When I set up my estate tags, I created roles for executors, but now I am
>finding some of them mention administrators. What is the difference between
>the two roles, and should I have both for an estate tag.
I agree that you should have both roles. But how does you Estate Tag differ from the Probate Tag?
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