Once someone passes on, their assets and property become their estate. Often, the deceased person leaves instructions—a will—which outlines what should happen to their estate once they die. Those who get the deceased assets and property are beneficiaries, and the assets and properties are known as an inheritance, a bequest or a legacy. A will names an executor, who is assigned to administer the estate to the beneficiaries. Estate administration involves functions such as:
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