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Yes, absolutely. There is no prohibition against a beneficiary serving as executor. In fact, in most cases, the executor named is one of the beneficiaries because it's the beneficiaries who have the most interest in making sure the estate gets timely and properly administered. Under Georgia law (Ga. Code Ann. §§ 53-1-2, 53-6-1.), the executor must be only be:
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