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In your notarized affidavit of resignation as executor, you simply state your name, that you are of sound mind and body and of the age of majority. You state you were named as executor of the will and trust of the name of the deceased and that because of personal reasons you are unable or unwilling to perform the duties of executor and/or trustee and thereby resign. You sign it in front of a notary, they notarize it and you send the original to her attorney.
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