Being an Executor

Being an Executor is for people who have been appointed as executor in a will. It covers the steps involved in dealing with an estate in British Columbia after a person dies, including how to probate a will. Updated to March 2019.

All the information in this booklet — and more — is on our website. See being asked to be an executor and dealing with an estate to find the most current information.

Being an Executor

  • English
  • Available in print

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Stephen Hsia

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