It is possible to remove an irresponsible or unfit executor of an estate. However, you will need to proceed carefully around the laws that protect executors and beneficiaries from one another.
By having a will you get to decide who gets your property. You can create a Trust whereby the estate will be kept intact with income distributed to of the members of the family to or accumulated for the benefit of members of the family or others. Minors can be cared for without the expense of guardianship of the property. Real estate and other assets may be sold without court proceedings, if your will adequately authorizes it. A guardian may be named for minor children.
When people of different backgrounds move in next door to each other and have varying ways of doing things, different beliefs and strong opinions, a bit of disagreement are inevitable. However, when left unaddressed, neighbors in Florida may find that getting along civilly is no longer and they are now facing a civil lawsuit in the eye. Fortunately, there are steps that you can take to prevent that kind of disagreement from happening to you.
First, regardless of whether the contract is As-Is or not, the seller has a duty to disclose to the buyer any facts that materially affect the value of the real property which are not readily observable.