An individual or corporate fiduciary named by a deceased individual in his or her last will and testament to carry out the will’s terms and provisions and to administer the deceased individual’s estate. In addition to carrying out the deceased individual’s intentions, an executor must ensure that debts and taxes are paid. In some states, such as Missouri, the Executor is also known as the Personal Representative.

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Reference: Executor