Half executor not cooperating


What can be done when a lesson assigned as half on an executor to a beneficiary deed property is not cooperating with the sale, is not paying half of bills as required and has accused the other executor of stealing from the deceased, when all monies that have been withdrawn have gone to paying deceased bills. The use of the funds can be proven through documentation. Also, the other executor had refused to sign sale documents unless the other one paid all debt, even though by law it should be split.? Thank you in advance!

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Posted by Anonymous
Asked on February 9, 2019 9:17 pm
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Your issue is complicated. It appears that you are joint owners. As such one owner is not allowed to hold the other hostage and if one owner is shouldering more of the expenses that should be dealt with when the property is sold. If your co-owner is not cooperating you should contact an attorney to discuss a partition action.
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Answered on February 11, 2019 8:11 am