• Yes you can have more than one person, it makes it difficult to get anything done if they disagree.
  • The executor has the right to assign powers to others, or to pay for assistance.
  • Yes you can and my brother and I did that for our Dad. My brother and I were older, not drama queens, were not "relying" on any inheritance, and just wanted a fair outcome per Dad's wishes. Worked out fine but a huge disadvantage of having more than one one executor is that there may be disagreements which can shut down the whole process. Most attorneys will advise against it.

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