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The executor's fees are paid for the residuary of the estate.
They are not paid by anyone but come from the estate.
So no one how has been given a specific bequest pays as you don't actually pay. The estate does.
The public trustee is a guardian of minor children.
That office merely makes sure all is done fairly for the children you who cannot speak for themselves.
In fact you could benefit as they will check to be sure the executor fees are fair.
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Unfortunately. yes...i read what i could and came much to that conclusion. Unfortunatley in difficult times a person doesnt always think clearly and need OUTSIDE advice