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Self-Counsel Press Fall 2014

How Executors Avoid Personal Liability
A handbook for executors and beneficiaries
By (author): Lynne Butler
Lynne Butler


Self-Counsel Press - Vancouver



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Paperback , Trade


General Trade
Apr 15, 2014
$21.95 CAD


10in x 8 x 0.5 in | 12 oz

Page Count:

144 pages
Self-Counsel Press
LAW / Wills
  • Short Description
Popular author and Senior Wills and Estate Planner, Lynne Butler tackles the rarely discussed personal liability of appointed executors.


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Popular author and Senior Wills and Estate Planner Lynne Butler offers her latest in an ongoing series of estate planning advice. In this title, Ms. Butler tackles the rarely discussed personal liability of appointed executors. Personal liability is the biggest risk that estate executors and administrators can face, sometimes resulting in long drawn out dissolution of estates that can even trump the value of the initial estate. Understanding how to avoid the pitfalls through this process means that you can enjoy the benefits of being a benefactor exactly as intended in the will. Beneficiaries will also find this book useful, when they want to understand better what an executor can and cannot do.

Lynne Butler has worked in estate planning and law for over 20 years. She is a frequent speaker on will and estate matters, and is a Learning Group facilitator for the Wills and Estates module of the bar admis­sion course in Alberta. She is also the author of Self-Counsel titles ‘Protect Your Elderly Parents: Become Your Parents’ Guardian or Trustee’, ‘Alberta Probate Kit’, ‘Estate Planning Through Family Meetings’, and the ‘Succession Planning Kit for Canadian Business’.

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