How many executors need to act?

Year Published: 2015

You can appoint up to four people to act as executors in your will but normally one or two will act in the estate. It is better to appoint at least two as if one of them is not able to act; there is another person who can deal with your affairs. If your will leaves assets in trust you may want to have at least two who can deal with the trust once your estate has been dealt with. You can also appoint professionals to act as your executors with your family or friends.


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