A Letter of Appointment of Executor is used to prove that an individual has been put in charge of a deceased individual's estate, according to RocketLawyer. The person who has been named the Executor is in charge of the deceased's estate and carrying out the requests in the will.
A Letter of Appointment of Executor is used to avoid potential legal complications, according to RocketLawyer. Even with the letter, there's a chance that a court requests to see official documentation. A Letter of Appointment of Executor may also be referred to as a Letter Appointing Estate Executor. In addition to the estate, the executor is also in charge of making sure that the beneficiaries are cared for, getting the necessary paperwork in order, and overseeing the estate sale.