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What kind of insurance policies are subject to executor's fees?

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Insurance policies owned by the decedent that do not name a beneficiary, those made payable to the decedent or to the estate are probate assets and thus subject to the executor's fee.

Insurance policies owned by the decedent that do not name a beneficiary, those made payable to the decedent or to the estate are probate assets and thus subject to the executor's fee.

Insurance policies owned by the decedent that do not name a beneficiary, those made payable to the decedent or to the estate are probate assets and thus subject to the executor's fee.

Insurance policies owned by the decedent that do not name a beneficiary, those made payable to the decedent or to the estate are probate assets and thus subject to the executor's fee.

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