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Can I reimburse myself from estate funds?
As long as you have good records, and the expense was necessary, you can reimburse yourself from estate funds later. If you suspect that there aren’t enough estate funds to pay the deceased person’s debts, be careful about paying for anything, with either your own money or estate funds.
What expenses can be reimbursed by the executor of an estate?
Any expenses incurred should be reimbursed by the estate. Final bills are bills for which the full amount can only be paid once the probate process is complete, such as taxes, credit card bills, and medical bills. These bills should only be paid by the executor using money from the estate once probate has concluded.
How do I pay the Bills of an executor of an estate?
These bills should only be paid by the executor using money from the estate once probate has concluded. If you can’t afford to pay some of the administrative expenses without money from the estate, you should be in touch with the companies that are owed and explain your situation. In some cases, you may be granted a deferral on those bills.
Can an executor of an estate disburse money to beneficiaries?
She usually can disburse estate assets or funds to beneficiaries without court approval. In most states, an executor must ask for and receive an order from the court allowing her to make disbursements from the estate to beneficiaries. She must do this even if probate has been completed.