The executor should have an attorney that should be assisting.
If the job is not getting -you need to hire an attorney to push for the executor's
Maybe your attorney could write a letter pointing out the shortcomings.
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The executor should have a lawyer. If he/she does or doesn't, you may hire an attorney to compel his action or removal.
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The execcutor needs a capable probate attorney. If that is not the case, or if the executor is just neglecting his or her duties, the beneficaries should hire there own attorney to push matters along.