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Can a significant other file to be an personal representative of an estate?

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May 14, 2012 7:43PM

A "significant other" does not generally have any legal standing to request appointment as a personal representative unless they are the named executor in the will. You need to check your state laws.

A "significant other" does not generally have any legal standing to request appointment as a personal representative unless they are the named executor in the will. You need to check your state laws.

A "significant other" does not generally have any legal standing to request appointment as a personal representative unless they are the named executor in the will. You need to check your state laws.

A "significant other" does not generally have any legal standing to request appointment as a personal representative unless they are the named executor in the will. You need to check your state laws.

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May 14, 2012 7:43PM

A "significant other" does not generally have any legal standing to request appointment as a personal representative unless they are the named executor in the will. You need to check your state laws.