If you have qualified before the Clerk of the Circuit Court as an executor or administrator of a deceased individual’s estate, the Commissioner will examine three main types of documents that you must submit. (You may also need to submit other documents to the Clerk of Court, the IRS, or other agencies.) These three types of documents are the affidavit of notice, the inventory, and the accounting (or account). Please click on the links below for more details.
The Affidavit of Notice
After qualifying as executor or administrator, you must provide certain notices to the heirs and beneficiaries of the estate, and you must file an affidavit stating that you have done so. Learn more →
As executor or administrator, you must provide an inventory of the estate’s assets. Learn more →
As executor or administrator, you must provide an account of how you have handled the estate’s assets. Learn more →