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When a person dies, someone is left with the enormous task of preparing ‘final affairs,’ including planning the funeral and burial services, filing appropriate court documents and even taking steps to avoid identity theft. For those experiencing this difficult and multidimensional task, Handbook for Administrators and Executors of Estates (published by iUniverse) by B. Gene Bowyer is a beacon of encouragement, gently guiding the uninitiated through the steps of handling the affairs of the deceased party. With wise insight and clear instructions, Bowyer gives the reader the basics of what to do and how to do it.

Bowyer, whose professional background is in banking, was personally engaged in the handling of many tasks for his customers, including the disposition of personal estates. His position afforded him to serve as counselor to parties designated as administrators or executors of estate.

In Handbook for Administrators and Executors of Estates, he condenses his years of experience into an easy-to-understand guide.

Handbook for Administrators and Executors of Estates will assist the reader in proceeding with authority and confidence when handling the affairs of the deceased.

About the Author
B. Gene Bowyer grew up during World War II. Through his experiences over the course of over 40 years in the U.S. Marine Corps and in banking, Bowyer handled the personal affairs and estates of numerous customers needing his expertise and assistance in matters of estate. Bowyer is also author of Duty, Honor and Privilege: The Making of a Marine Mustang, a biography of his career in the U.S. Marines.

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