I don't understand your question. Try posting again. Powers of attorney have nothing to do with wills, as they expire when the Grantor dies.
It is almost always a bad idea to have joint executors in a will.
But again, I don;t understand your question, so please post again.Ask a similar question
When two executors are named, the will should provide some form of tie-breaker system. Absent that many states have rules that require unanimous agreement on all actions. If executors become deadlocked, then they may have to petition a probate court to resolve the deadlock.
Hope this helps.
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