If the executor can tell, in advance, that a) the estate is going to involve an inordinate amount of work, b) the executor fees listed in the Will cannot possibly compensate them for their time, and c) they have concerns that the beneficiaries will not be willing to vary the fees, they have two choices: either resign as executor or hire a lawyer to apply to the Court to have their fees increased.

 

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