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Thank you for the information. Sadly, this can happen quite often when it comes to an estate which has more than one executor. There are different options you have. Firstly, the most obvious, try and communicate with your sibling if you are having a disagreement it is ALWAYS best to try and resolve it at this point. However, if this is unsuccessful you can ask for an independent executor to be appointed. This would normally be a lawyer. The advantage of this is that they have no personal interest in the estate and will ensure that the craves in the will are adhered to legally and will also always act in the best interest of the estate. However, if untimely things deteriorate and there is extreme conflict between executors then you may have to go to court and ask for them to make a decision for you based on each persons arguments put forward. Once the court makes a decision then that will be final. Sadly you cannot simply just " out vote" another executor in the Will.
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