Legal Question in Wills and Trusts in Ohio


Do you have to live in the state off Ohio to be an executer of a will?

Asked on 1/26/07, 10:23 am

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Re: Executers

No, you don't have to live within the state, however, some county probate courts may require a bond or a co-executor to be appointed who is a resident of the county.

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Answered on 1/26/07, 12:38 pm
Robert Rosplock Rosplock & Perez
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Unless the named executor is also the sole beneficiary, an Ohio court can refuse to appoint a non resident, or can require the executor to post bond.

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Answered on 1/26/07, 12:42 pm

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