Dad died leaving will and very small estate. Will did not appoint an executor, so one of his kids needs to file to be personal representative-so far there is no one other than the kids willing to do it. Unfortunately for all involved, all four of Dad's kids have at least one felony conviction. The convictions are drug related and 10+ years old, none related to theft/fraud/etc. Question is--can a convicted felon be a personal representative for an Estate?