The brother who doesn't care tends to vote on the side of the one who is executor of the will. Do all three of us have to vote in unison before doing something? I called the executor brother to tell him we had a better offer than Landman X offered. I wanted to go with the better offer. The executor brother who hasn't been "IMO" very honest in the past, said he had given Landman X his word and he would lease to him. I told him I wasn't voting for that. Does the will executor in Texas have absolute powers? When we first inherited the minerals we all agreed to vote on everything. Now executor brother is trying a heavy handed approach, talking about splitting the minerals 3 ways to put 1/3rd them in each of our names, making a 5 acre lease a 1.66 acre lease which is almost worthless. Any info would be appreciated.