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My two eldest brothers are co-executors of my late mother's estate, named by my mother in her will. One such brother is a convicted felon who is presently out on bail, placed by my deceased mother. An estate checking account was set up to pay the debts of the estate which required both brothers' signatures to deposit or withdrawal any monies in or out. One brother forged the other brother's name on several checks to use for personal needs. We, the beneficiaries, (including both brothers) want to know is it legal to forgive these forgeries and have the brother who's forged the checks step down from co-executor's position and sign an affidavit to repay the monies taken. Or would we be considered accomplices in his forgery/embezzlement? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I guess nobody on this legal forum knows any of these law issues, how bogus is this? I must of been delusional to think I could find any answers on this site! I'm out of here!
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