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personal representative

(pĕr′sĭn-ĭl rĕp″rĭ-zĕn′-tă-tĭv)
Someone designated to make health care decisions for another if that other person becomes incapable of making such decisions.
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Personal representatives should provide reports, answer questions, and be clear about what steps they are taking and the expected time line.
607, which states, in pertinent part, that "every personal representative has a right to, and shall take possession or control of, the decedent's property.
Thus, the complaint must name the mortgagor, or a personal representative, for a circuit court to have subject-matter jurisdiction.
The IRS generally does not consider fees received as nonprofessional executors or personal representatives to fall into this category.
The legislature has simply made the decision that all personal representatives other than close family members should be state residents," Richard wrote.
Provisions that are specific to unemancipated minors determine whether a parent who is not the minor's personal representative under the rule may have access to the minor's protected health information.
The Tax Court said the broad discretionary power given the personal representatives made the charitable bequest's value unascertainable at the date of Marine's death.
Even though no payment has been made, personal representatives may deduct the current value of a claim or claims not totaling more than $500,000.
The division argues that it is discriminatory to allow in-state attorneys to be personal representatives but not out-of-state members.
The law does not explicitly acknowledge that decedents' directives regarding allocation are controlling and does not allocate basis increases if the personal representative fails to do so.
A single parent must first consider naming a Personal Representative of the estate.
The board in March 2007 approved a separate lobbying position advocated by the OOSPD (the mirror image of the RPPTL's position) to allow OOSPD to lobby in favor of amending the personal representative statute to include all Florida lawyers (regardless of state of residence) as permissible personal representatives.

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