You are paid by law for serving as administrator..
(A) Executors and administrators shall be allowed fees upon the amount of all the personal property, including the income from the personal property, that is received and accounted for by them and upon the proceeds of real property that is sold, as follows:
(1) For the first one hundred thousand dollars, at the rate of four per cent;
(2) All above one hundred thousand dollars and not exceeding four hundred thousand dollars, at the rate of three per cent;
(3) All above four hundred thousand dollars, at the rate of two per cent.
(B) Executors and administrators shall be allowed a fee of one per cent on the value of real property that is not sold. Executors and administrators also shall be allowed a fee of one per cent on the value of all property that is not subject to administration and that would have been includable for purposes of computing the Ohio estate tax, except joint and survivorship property, had the decedent died on December 31, 2012, so that section 5731.02 of the Revised Code applied to the estate.
(C) The basis of valuation for the allowance of the fees on real property sold shall be the gross proceeds of sale, and for all other property the fair market value of the other property as of the date of death of the decedent. The fees allowed to executors and administrators in this section shall be received in full compensation for all their ordinary services.
(D) If the probate court finds, after a hearing, that an executor or administrator, in any respect, has not faithfully discharged the duties as executor or administrator, the court may deny the executor or administrator any compensation whatsoever or may allow the executor or administrator the reduced compensation that the court thinks proper.