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The "will" divided up all assets equally among the beneficiaries. There were no provisions for the executor to take any of the non financial assets, personal property. In fact the Deceased did have a few personnel items marked for others and this executor stated that if it was not in the "will" then the persons do not get the items. Yet, the executor stated that the Deceased said that the executor could have her jewelry worth several thousands of dollars and took other potentially valuable personnel items such as antiques, golf cart and furniture; all left out of the estate
The executor stated that since the deceased was her sister then all personal items were hers. The executor is one of 8 siblings, 5 of which are still living. Can this executor be criminally prosecuted for theft?