Introduction to EstateExec

EstateExec online software helps consumers and lawyers manage settlement of estates and trusts.

Lawyers primarily use EstateExec to simplify administrative and financial tasks, and to better coordinate with (or even supervise) their clients. You can create as many estates as you want, and grant online access to other people for a given estate with either View or Edit permissions.

Think of EstateExec for estate settlement as Quicken® is for personal finance management. It can't do it for you, but it can provide great assistance.

Charts and graphs showing overall progress and status

EstateExec helps lawyers and professional executors collect, manage, and optionally share estate data:

  • Inventory Estate — Organize and track information about estate assets and debts
  • Manage Cashflow — Track estate income and expenses, including planned cash balances
  • Track Executor Activity — Follow executor actions and expenses
  • Plan Estate Disposition — Identify which assets to sell and which to distribute; resolve debts
  • Manage Distributions — Allocate and track distributions to comply with terms of the will
Example asset distribution dialog box

You can optionally share this data with other people, including co-workers or other interested parties (such as the executor or even heirs), giving them View or Edit access. You can also export data into PDF or data files (CSV).

By collaborating online with your clients, you can better track what they are doing. Alternately, if you wish to retain control of the data, you can share read-only status with your clients to reduce unwarranted concerns and set their minds at ease. Or simply send them PDF outputs.

Diagram showing types of sharing

If multiple people within your law firm will be using EstateExec for multiple clients, you can take advantage of our Corporate licensing program, which provides additional capabilities for managing pools of licenses.

Example first page of sample estate inventory report

You can use EstateExec free for 10 days. EstateExec costs only $199 per estate, making it easy to bill to client accounts, and volume discounts are available. You can also optionally download transactions from your bank for $19.99/year (first year included free in your estate license).

You can also add your firm at no charge to EstateExec's listings of local lawyers.

We hope you find EstateExec useful!


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