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Kansas Executor Deed

When the decedent dies testate (with a will) naming a personal representative (PR) of his or her estate, the PR is called an executor. An executor may need to sell the decedent's real property to raise money to pay the estate's debts or for other reasons in the best interest of the estate.

If the decedent's will includes a power of sale, a simple executor's deed may be used to convey real property from the estate. The deed requires a recitation of facts concerning the executor, the decedent, and the subject property being transferred, and must be signed in the presence of a notary public and is subject to requirements for conveyances of real property in Kansas.

Supplemental documentation, such as a real estate sales validation questionnaire, may be required, depending on the transfer. Consult a lawyer with questions about estate administration in Kansas.

Deeds.com Kansas Executor Deed Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Thursday September 19, 2019

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