Archive for February, 2017

Can I Serve as a Personal Representative of a Florida Estate? It Depends on Who You Are and What You Did

“Subject to … limitations …, any person who is sui juris and is a resident of Florida at the time of the death of the person whose estate is to be administered is qualified to act as personal representative in Florida.” Section 733.302, Florida Statutes (2016). So what are those limitations or exceptions? Pursuant to

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