Iowa Probate — Who Can Serve as an Executor?

When people make their wills, one major consideration to make is who will be named as the executor. Read the full article here:

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The executor is the person who will protect your property following your death, ensuring any liabilities such as debts and taxes have been paid, then will transfer what is left to those entitled to the property. In this video we answer some questions about who can serve as an executor in Iowa, including: ‍What are the requirements for serving as an executor in Iowa? What are the rules for naming corporations as executors? Out of state executors