Nominating the right executor is a key choice in planning for your estate. Everyone who owns property or has minor children needs a valid will to avoid bureaucratic and impartial decisions made in probate court. The estate executor you name in your will is responsible for safeguarding the assets of your estate, paying proper debts, contesting improper claims, collecting sums owed the estate, and for filing estate and income tax returns. Bank of Idaho provides proven expertise and leadership in navigating this process, ultimately providing your family - and the executor - with greater peace of mind. Bank of Idaho's Trust and Wealth Management experts stand ready to assume the role of Executor for your estate.
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