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Can there be more than one executor (personal representative)?

The law does allow for something called co-personal representatives. However, as an experienced, 43-year practitioner, have never recommended appointment of co-personal representatives. Because co-personal representatives will then be required to agree on everything to administer an estate, and in the human realm, that doesn’t happen very often. Therefore I recommend only one personal representative, and an alternate personal representative. Maybe even a second alternate.

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