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Have you tried to open a business checking account at a major bank such as Bank of America?
Why do you need two signatures?
How about an account for the estate where either one of the Co-Executors or Administrators can sign & leave the
policing up to each other in that you agree to only make disbursements that you both approve. That could be done
by making a list of the disbursements before they are released and have both parties sign indicating approval to make the disbursements by check. In other words you have a voucher type system where you have to have that signed before either party issues a check. This is something you should be able to control internally if you can't open that type of account in a convenient bank. Normally banks will do that for business accounts.
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