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Posted by: Johan | 2010-10-01

Estate

What is a lawyer allowed to charge for doing the estate of a deceased person? What%

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Executors fee's are 3.5% of the gross value of the assets in the estate and 6% commission on interest which accrues after the date of the death. If you are the nominated executor it is possible to negotiate this fee with accountants and attorneys. All legal fees, executors fees, Master's fees, etc will be paid out of the estate.

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Posted by: family law expert | 2010-10-01

Executors fee's are 3.5% of the gross value of the assets in the estate and 6% commission on interest which accrues after the date of the death. If you are the nominated executor it is possible to negotiate this fee with accountants and attorneys. All legal fees, executors fees, Master's fees, etc will be paid out of the estate.

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