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Personal Representative/Executor

Whom Can I Legally Choose As A Personal Representative?

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Each state has limitations on who can be your Personal Representative.

In general, you can't name a minor, a convicted felon or a non-U.S. citizen. Some states also don't allow you to name someone who lives in another state or, if they do live out of state, require that the person must be a relative or primary beneficiary under your Will.

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