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An executor is someone appointed by a will to administer the deceased’s estate after their death. A will can appoint up to four executors to act jointly. If the executors do not agree about how the deceased’s estate should be managed or distributed this can lead to significant conflict. Possible courses of action are to apply to the court for removal or substitution of an executor from their office. We’d be able to advise you on the most appropriate course of action according to your situation including options that may help to avoid going to court.
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