Senopoulos v. Senopoulos

By Jenna G. Rubin, Esq.

A probate court has the inherent authority to evaluate a person’s fitness to serve as personal representative. However, in order to appoint a personal representative based on something other than that personal representative’s entitlement under the statute, the trial court has to actually make a finding about the person’s fitness to serve.

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