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Thread: executors and citizenship

  1. #1
    Do you hve to been a us citizen in order to be an executor of a will??

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    Do you hve to been a us citizen in order to be an executor of a will??

  3. #3
    Hi john100

    The answer is NO... Read this...

    13. The executor is responsible for legally administering the estate appropriately, and is personally liable to anyone harmed by his or her failure to do so. Though state laws differ on whether or not a non-resident can serve as executor, one usually can, but may require bonding or other assurances to the court that the duties will be carried out correctly. The level of court supervision over the executor varies from state to state. In Texas if the will provides for independent administration the executor will receive it, unless the named executor(s) predecease, fail to serve or are disqualified. Any substitute or successor not named in the will may be subject to court supervision.


    here is link for that source..

    http://kcclaw.lawoffice.com/CM/Articles/articles3.asp

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