No. There is a statutory exclusion that would prevent such a person from being the personal representative (Florida term for "executor." The section is 733.303.
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Florida statute does not allow felon to serve.
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As a felon you are statutorily excluded from serving as the Personal Representative for the estate.
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A person adjudicated guilty of a felony is disqualified from serving as a personal representative in Florida. However, if that person receives a pardon, the qualification is restored.
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