What is a co-executor?

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A co-executor is someone who co-ops in the execution of legal documents such as wills.
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The answer may depend on the laws of your state and the language of the Will. Usually the Will will provide that the executor can receive a reasonable payment for their services.
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Unless one is designated primary, two co-executors would have equal say in the will. If the two are not both designated "co" the executor would likely have more say than
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