Thought I would pass this on. This morning I received a phone call from a non-US citizen who does NOT live in the U.S.
The purpose of the call was to ask me whether I would be willing to be the executor of her will.
No, under no circumstances should you, as a non-U.S. resident, EVER appoint a U.S. citizen as executor. Among other things, this would give signing authority over bank accounts, etc. She thanked me for NOT inflicting my “contamination on her”. (Now that she knows of my “contamination of U.S. citizenship”, I will probably never hear from her again.) U.S. citizenship coupled with Mr. FBAR is bad for your social life!
How would you have answered her question?