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Asked in Probate
What happens if one executor wants to put her children as executors and the othe executor disagrees?
What happens when the two executors of a will denounce their roles as executors?
If there are two executors can one act on his own?
Asked in Science
What cell process asks like a thermostat that stay at room temperature?
What happens if both executors refuse the appointments in a will?
Asked in Siblings
If there are 3 siblings appointed as executors and 1 disagrees what happens?
Can there be two executors if there is not a will?
Asked in Probate
Do the executors of a will have to jointly give permission for the other executors to see the will?
Asked in Probate, Plural Nouns
When a proprty is sold do both executors get the money?
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Estates, North Carolina
Is there a limit to the permitted number of executors of estates and wills in North Carolina?
An EXECUTOR is named in the case of the existence of a will. (testate) An ADMINISTRATOR is named by the court in the case of no will (intestate) The will of the deceased (if it exists) will be the guide which the court follows. There is no limit to the number of executors a testator may appoint in his/her will. See the related links below for the procedures when there are more than one executors and what happens when one of several executors dies, is removed or resigns.
Asked in Wills
How do you take your and your husbands name off a will as executors?
Asked in Estates, Debt Responsibility
What happens in the UK when two executors do not agree?
When co-executors cannot agree then they each need to have their own attorney (or solicitor) and then allow the attorneys to complete the proceedings. Generally, an attorney will not allow the client to impede the process unnecessarily. Generally, the attorneys will be paid by the estate so it benefits the estate for the co-executors to act reasonably and responsibly to preserve the assets that will eventually pass to the beneficiaries.
Asked in Earth Sciences
Which process allows the cell to dispose of wastes?
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Probate
Is it the duty of the executors to inform all beneficiaries of what is happening with an estate?