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A personal representative, not executor in FLorida, gets paid the statutory percentage allowed or hourly depending upon the contract which is entered into. The assets in the actual Estate will determine how much the individual or corporation representative is paid.
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Yes-The personal representative is entitled to a 3% fee by statute(generally).
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Presumed reasonable personal representative fees are http://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/Statutes/2011/733.617
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