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My uncle is the executor of my late aunt's estate. He is in his early 80's. He has told me that he is very tired of handling all that he has had to deal with taking care of business of his late sister. He also said that it is taking tole of his pocket book also. He has to deal with the repairs of the houses that my aunt owned and selling of the lands that she had. He has to travel to other towns to deal with lawyers and all of the things that have to do with getting all the paperwork that has to do with distributing the money when all has been sold. My question is can he ask his lawyer if it is alright that he use some of my aunt's money to pay for gas and expenses that accure while he is taking care of her business provided that he saves receipts or can the lawyer set up an allowance for him till all of my aunt's affairs are taken care?