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Can I nominate my daughter-in-law as executor of my Will?

According to law, the executor of a Will has to be mentally sound and should not be a minor
By OLM Desk | September 14, 2017

Can I nominate my daughter-in-law as executor of my Will, when my children (son and daughter) are the beneficiaries?

B K Kini

You need to ask yourself if you are confident about your daughter-in-law being sound enough to execute your Will in the form that you wish it to be. An executor of a Will is responsible for administering the estate of the testator and applying for probate, if required. According to law, the executor of a Will has to be mentally sound and should not be a minor. If these provisions are met – you can make your daughter-in-law the executor of your Will.

 

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