2 thoughts on “Estate wills can a person whom is a convicted felon be a power of attorney…

  1. Re: Estate wills
    A power of attorney is a document signed by someone giving someone else the authority to do something for the signer while the signer is still alive. A will is a document stating to whom you wish your assets to go upon your death and appointing an executor or personal representative to handle the process. Although I do not know of any reason a convicted felon could not be given power of attorney, a convicted felon is not allowed to act as executor or personal representative under a will.

    Frank J. Pyle
    Probate Attorney Throughout Florida
    401 West Colonial Drive, Suite 4
    Orlando, FL 32804

  2. Re: Estate wills
    I never heard of a POA on a will.

    David Slater
    David P. Slater, Esq.
    5154 Windsor Parke Dr.
    Boca Raton, FL 33496

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