Translation of executor in Spanish:

executor

albacea, n.

Pronunciation /ɪɡˈzɛkjʊtə//ɛɡˈzɛkjʊtə//ɪɡˈzɛkjədər/

noun

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    albacea masculine
    testamentario masculine
    • He can certainly be appointed as executor of an estate by a testator who nominates him as such in a will.
    • The problem in modern times usually does not arise because most testators who have infant children appoint an executor and also appoint the executor guardian.
    • Rather than conducting a regular probate where an executor is appointed and letters testamentary are issued by the court, it sounds like you can probate her will as a Muniment of Title.
    • Under the terms of clause 3 he must be appointed by the executors, and I propose to make orders reinstituting this procedure which the testator laid down rather than ordering an inquiry.
    • Beginning in 2010, the regulations will allow an executor or a personal representative of an estate to adjust the cost basis of assets acquired by the estate's beneficiaries.