Hi, I'm looking for resources that can list clearly the rights of beneficiaries in dealing with a solicitor appointed as executor of will, or help on this topic. For example, if an executor is grossly overestimating valuation of assets and beneficiary decisions are made based on the valuation, would this be just excused as some kind of "reasonable" mistake? As another example, beneficiaries are given documents to sign but are asked to provide all previous documents provided along with their returned signatures. Maybe a waste of paper but more to the point it is seemingly overly strict. Is this sort of thing in legislation? Or is there a case by case situation in which each executor decides their own standard? Or how much detail should the beneficiaries expect in terms of selling assets - like who bought it, and a list of item by item. Asking questions really increases the costs charged by the executor and time spent, so it's hard to directly ask things like this of them without it getting tied up in a lot of expensive "back and forth". I'm grateful for any help or pointer in the best direction.