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Who can be appointed executor (personal representative)?

Anyone who is a resident of the State of Florida and who has not committed a felony may be appointed as a personal representative. however, there are limitations with respect to out-of-state people. Out-of-state persons can be appointed as a personal representative in Florida if they’re a blood relative of the person making the will called the testator.

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