Can a felon be appointed an Executor/Personal Representative to an Estate in Omaha, Ne

Asked 5 months ago - Florissant, MO

The other siblings want to know if we can get her disqualified from being the executor

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  1. Donald Joseph Quinn II

    Contributor Level 15

    Answered . Certainly that issue should be brought to the Court's attention and then the Court can decide whehter a convicted felon can be appointed.

    Legal disclaimer: This answer does not constitute legal advice. I am admitted to practice law in the State of... more
  2. Ruth Elaine McMahon

    Contributor Level 18

    Answered . In many states a felon cannot be appointed. I do not practice in NE. If no one from NE answers this question, I suggest that you conttact an estate attorney in NE for the answer - look for an attorney in the county where the decedent lived becuase an attorney should represent you when you Petition to have her disqualified.

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