About Julie Lévesque
Julie Lévesque notary will provide you the security and the peace of mind you need.
Here is a summary of the main tasks performed during the liquidation of an estate:
You’ll have to respect/meet certain deadlines, publish notices in public records and newspapers, manage the estate, take the necessary actions to preserve assets and property, carry on the operations that yield income, make investments, etc.
The will or, by default, the law defines your function and obligations. All steps will have to be carried out with the greatest respect of the deceased’s wishes in mind, as they are described in the will, and according to legal provisions. You’ll have to bear the responsibility attached to every action you commit. You’ll have to consequently always act within the limits of the powers granted to you, with prudence, diligence, honesty and loyalty, and in the best interest of the heirs.
Your notary can advise you and guide you through each step of the liquidation/execution, prepare all documents (transmission statements, notices, letters, inventory, settlements/accountability, etc.) in order to better help you avoid potential lawsuits from beneficiaries, heirs, unpaid creditors, tax authorities or others.