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Special Administrator Role Defined

Special Administrator

Within the context of real property laws, a special administrator is an individual that is appointed by the appropriate court with jurisdiction over situations or concerns involving wills. Special administrators are responsible for administrating issues involving the courts in regards to an estate during the probate process. Special administrators will often times specialize in particular aspect or concentration of real property.

A special administrator can be an expert in automobiles or art, and such expertise will allow this kind of special administrator to administer the probate in relation to the deceased persons property under such categories. In some cases, special administrators may often be required to take care of an entire state. However, this only typically occurs under specific or emergency situations. In such a case, the special administrator will have the sole responsibility of overseeing and maintaining the overall estate and will typically not be involved in the probate process of the will.

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