Executor & Executrix Limitations With Wills?

Answer After a will is prepared by a person, called a testator, an executor (male) or executrix (female) is appointed to carry out the testator's wishes after the person dies. As the administrator of the... Read More »

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How to Be Made an Executor With No Will?

When a person dies without a written will it is called dying "intestate." In such cases, the deceased person's property will be administered by a county probate court. The court will appoint a per... Read More »

Do Wills Have to Be Filed with the Court?

A will does not have to be filed with a court. However, it must be signed and dated by the adult for whom the will is created. The will also must include signatures from at least two witnesses.Sour... Read More »

Limitations Associated with Spondylolisthesis?

Spondylolisthesis is a condition in which an instability of the spine occurs, resulting in one vertebra sliding forward onto the vertebra below it. There are six types of Spondylolisthesis and they... Read More »

How to Find a Job With Physical Limitations?

Physical disabilities or limitations do not need to hamper your quest for employment. Access to career information and job openings is readily available online, and many employers accept resumes an... Read More »