The role of an Executor

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The executor of a will is in charge of making sure the wishes of the deceased are carried out, as well as handling the final affairs of the estate.

The first responsibility of an estate executor is to obtain copies of the death certificate. The funeral home will provide the death certificate; ask for multiple copies.

An executor’s biggest responsibility to beneficiaries is to notify them that they are, in fact, beneficiaries. This includes what assets are in the estate, how much debt the estate has and how the executor plans to pay that debt.

Here Is How Maher Probate Realty Can Help

As the executor, you have a world of responsibilities to manage. You must deal with the court, trustees, the beneficiaries and heirs, and a number of professionals. You must expedite transactions in a manner consistent with court requirements and timelines.

It is critical to choose the right brokerage when real estate is involved. Maher Probate Realty is uniquely qualified to help you with any type of property owned in your trust. 

Company president, Oron Maher, is a Licensed Real Estate Broker and Attorney. He has been selling Real Estate in California for over 20 years.  He is a member of the Beverly Hills Bar Association and served as Chair for four consecutive years. He is also a member of the Trusts and Estates section of the Beverly Hills Bar Association. This distinction, along with our proprietary 36-Point Service Plan, will give you unparalleled support and results.


Here are the Benefits We Offer:

  • Research of title and tax issues, along with suggestions for solving any problems

  • Analysis of the market position of the property along with current market trends

  • Ability to explain the sale process to buyers and agents involved in the transaction

  • Custom-tailored communication to fit your preference: your choice of email, phone calls, voicemail, text or combination

  • Property management, including rent collection, property clean-up, repairs, evictions and maintenance of building and grounds

  • Proper paperwork and forms for the probate sale

  • Accurate use of court confirmation language in all related contracts and documents

  • Analysis and communication of all issues affecting the marketability of the property, including photos and documentation

  • Expert strategies and proprietary marketing systems for hard-to-sell properties, including properties that are vacant, neglected, damaged, stigmatized or impacted by any adverse issues

  • Weekly email updates regarding the status of the listing, including statistical information about sales activities, sales responses, prospective buyers, offers and Letters of Intent

  • Coordination and communication with all professionals and principals in the transaction. We treat all beneficiaries in a fair and neutral manner.