Is it a conflict of interest when an Attorney of an Estate which has 2 co-executors:
1. represent 1 of the co-executors as a client and not the other?
2. should the attorney assist the co-exeuctor in the distribution of property to beneficiaries without the other co-executors knowlege that it is being done?
3. if the other co-executor has to hire an attorney for representation and the will clearly states that the estate assumes legal costs, can the estate attorney re-fuse a request from the co-executor to be reimbursed when the estate has funds?
The State is Rhode Island