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Help Control Your Estate with a Designated Executor

A will is a legally binding expression of a person's wishes for the distribution of their property. An executor carries out those wishes and is legally accountable to the beneficiaries.

The executor for an estate will have extensive responsibilities, including:

  • Collecting and providing safekeeping for the estate’s assets
  • Notifying creditors and paying all valid debts
  • Collecting any sums owed the estate
  • Filing claims for retirement plan, Social Security and veteran’s benefits
  • Managing the estate’s assets
  • Selling assets, as directed by will or required by state law, to pay estate expenses or legacies
  • Keeping detailed records of all estate transactions for beneficiaries and/or the probate court
  • Distributing assets to beneficiaries
  • Filing federal and state tax returns for the decedent and the estate

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Who Do You Trust to Manage Your Estate?

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It would be hard to find anyone in North Texas who has been helping people with personal trust services longer than ANBTX and ANBTrust. 

We started in 1926 and have continued to serve more and more Texans with the holding, management and distribution of assets according to the wishes and preferences of the person who started the trust.

Benefits of ANBTrust as the Corporate Executor:

  • Full attention to your estate needs—Personal interests, emotion, poor health and age cannot interfere with the smooth operation of your estate
  • Continuity—The appointment of a corporate executor ensures continuity of service during the full period of estate administration
  • Accessibility—Your estate is the personal responsibility of a corporate executor who, with a support team, is accessible and ready to assist your beneficiaries
  • Impartiality—A corporate executor combines business ability with their capacity for human understanding, ensuring fair and tactful treatment of all beneficiaries
  • Confidential nature of estate business—Corporate executors are trained to treat the business of clients in strict confidence
  • Experience—Corporate executors have the broad experience needed to administer estates efficiently and economically
  • Knowledge and specialization—ANBTrust maintains a staff of specialists in investments, tax, insurance and other areas affecting estate administration, aware of increasingly complex laws
  • Group judgment—Major decisions regarding estate investments or other vital matters are reviewed and decided by drawing upon the expertise of the entire senior staff grow

Let’s discuss your plans.

We’d like to bring our expertise to help you with your personal trust account. Call us today at 800.837.6584 to chat to get your financial future all set with ANBTrust.

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