Can a Felon be a Personal Representative or Executor of an Estate?

October 19, 2007

Jacksonville probate Orange park PR, PVB executor qualifications

In Florida, the following classes of people are not qualified to serve as a personal representative of an estate:

(a) Has been convicted of a felony.
(b) Is mentally or physically unable to perform the duties.
(c) Is under the age of 18 years.

If the person named as personal representative n the will is not qualified, then letters of administration appointing the executor or personal representative shall be governed by Florida Statute Section 733.301

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