What Does “No Bond Required of My Executor” Mean in my Will?

Some probate courts require an Executor to post a bond to ensure that the Last Will & Testament is properly administered (i.e. the property detailed in the document is disposed of per the terms of the Will).

The language you cite eliminates that bond requirement, so that the person you appoint as Executor does not have to post any type of bond or financial instrument with the probate court.

Details on Standard Legal’s Last Will and Testament legal forms software here.