Georgia will: 3 adult heirs in agreement on how to dispose of inherited property ( commercial), executor wants to do it another way. Can executor be discharged and someone else appointed if 3 heirs agree?/
Please give more details about how heirs want to handle the property as opposed to what the executor wants to do. The disagreement alone is not valid grounds for having an executor removed.
Remember, the executor has almost complete authority and if there is any way a compromise can be reached then you should do so. However, if you feel your way is better, then perhaps you should ask the executor if you could present your case to the probate judge or to an impartial third party (such as a mediator or accountant) and let him/her decide what would be best.
Business property willed to 3 adult heirs, in will to be sold BUT heirs would like to hold on to it for future. Executor wants to SELL it himself, heirs don't want him to.
Also executor has refused to give heirs an accounting
( primarily money in accounts & property appraisal) so they have some idea of what estate value is.