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Trust & Estate Attorney Samantha Davis on CNBC - Here’s how to decide who’s a good fit for executor of your will



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You probably can come up with many things you’d rather do than spend time planning for your own death.

However, there’s part of creating an estate plan that experts say deserves thoughtful consideration: choosing the individuals who will carry out the wishes in your will and who will make decisions on your behalf if you are incapacitated at any point before you die.

Basically, not everyone is cut out to serve in these important roles, experts say.

“These designations are important and should be considered very carefully, no matter the size of the estate,” said Samantha Weyrauch Davis, an estate planning attorney and director with Hall Estill, a law firm in Tulsa, Oklahoma. READ MORE HERE


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