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Georgia Administrator Deed

When people create their wills, they generally name one or more individuals to supervise the distribution of their assets. The person who fills this role is called an executor. Sometimes, though, the chosen executor is unable, unfit, or unwilling to accept the responsibility. In other situations, the deceased dies intestate (without a will). No matter the reason, if there is no executor, the probate court will appoint an administrator to manage the probate estate.

Georgia customarily uses the term "personal representative" to refer to both executors and administrators, but can get more specific when it comes to conveying title to real estate. During probate, the court may direct an administrator to sell real property to pay the estate's debts or to consolidate the decedent's assets for distribution to any heirs.

An administrator's deed, executed by the appointed personal representative, includes relevant information about the decedent and the probate case, in addition to the state and local requirements. To transfer title to a buyer, record the completed administrator's deed, along with any necessary supporting documents, with the real property records of the appropriate county.

Consult an attorney with questions about the administrator's deed, or with any other issues related to probate in Georgia.

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