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If a person lives out of the area, can they still be named an executor (personal representative) of a will?

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If a person lives out of the area, can they still be named an executor (personal representative) of a will?

Question: If a person lives out of the area, can they still be named an executor (personal representative) of a will?

Answer: In Ohio, if a person lives out of the area, for example in another state, they can serve as an executor if they are a family member of the decedent. In the event that you have an out of state executor that is not related to the decedent that person can serve as long as a resident of the state of Ohio is a co-executor with that person.


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