The liquidator is the person responsible for carrying out the final wishes expressed in your will (this person used to be called the executor).
You can name someone to be the liquidator in your will. It is a good idea to name more than one person in case your first choice cannot, or does not, want to be the liquidator.
The liquidator must:
You should pay the liquidator something if the liquidator is not an heir.
LiquidatorThe person responsible for carrying out your final wishes.