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  1. Of course we're prepared to pay for services already incurred. However the secondary problem relates to the second Executor - if he does not agree.
  2. My mother died last November. In her will she appointed two Executors - my brother and a friend of her's who is a retired solicitor. The latter insisted we instructed solicitors, but the costs are spiralling out of control. The Executors are due to sign the oath of Probate next Monday 14th March. Can we (or technically my brother) dispense with the services of a solicitor? The other Executor (who is actually doing nothing) won't want him to but we're finding it too expensive and also we feel a bit out of control.
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