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What are a Colorado personal representative's responsibilities?

When an individual drafts a will, they generally also appoint an executor, now known as a personal representative in Colorado, to administer their estate. If they fail to do so, or the selected one doesn't or isn't able to perform their duties, then a judge will appoint one. Once chosen for that role, that individual is responsible for administering the testator, or will writer's, estate.