As you may be aware, every Last Will & Testament contains a clause which appoints an Executor or Executrix to administer the Estate of a decedent. In a perfect world, the Executor would timely administer the Estate, would entirely fulfill their duties, and the Estate would be swiftly and economically administered. Unfortunately, this is not always the case and often times a beneficiary may be faced with an Executor who is not properly or timely administering the Estate. In such circumstances, the beneficiary may have a few different options they may resort to.

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