"As the coexecutor
of my father's estate, it is my duty to administer the estate's assets properly.
John Branca, coexecutor
of Jackson's estate, said: "When you look at what the Presley estate has done, you see the opportunities here.
In the survey Schiff cites, __ of respondents said they had established a trust and were the sole or coexecutor
of that trust.
In such instances it may be preferable to appoint a local executor-perhaps a bank or a trust company-and to have the distant relative serve as an unofficial advisor to the executor or as a coexecutor
This is, of course, how The Crying of Lot 49 begins, with its heroine, Oedipa Maas, named coexecutor
of a staggeringly complex estate of far-flung business interests, the totality of which seems to contain all the mysteries and existential conundrums of a post-God, post-Bomb, post-Meaning America.
Cole bestowed 50 [pounds sterling] on his other coexecutor
, haberdasher William Marsh.
Lasky, a coexecutor
of the will, is a lawyer who represented Robbins for a period of more than thirty-five years.
It is for these reasons that the use of a corporate fiduciary should be considered (as sole or coexecutor
) by every estate owner.
In accordance with Tudor's lifelong belief in the corrupting power of money in individual hands, the financial beneficiaries were to be three nonprofit organizations: The Dance Notation Bureau, the Dance Division of the Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts (a branch of the New York Public Library), and a third group to be chosen by the sole trustee and coexecutor
(with Swanson) of the estate, former Tudor dancer Sally Brayley Bliss.