Question on Framing Exterior Corner

Hello,
I'm laying out the framing for an exterior corner in a 1-story, wood light frame slab-on-grade residential addition. I would like to have two openings on either side of the corner, very close. Is there any problem with using a studs of a standard 3-stud corner as the king studs for the openings? That is, I'd like to apply the trimmer studs for the headers directly to the outer studs of the 3-stud corner.
The openings are narrow enough (3') that shear requirements for the two walls can be handled on the other side of the openings, and the layout I describe leaves just the right amount of room for interior trim in the corner. Is there any other concern I'm overlooking?
Thanks, Wayne
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Nope. Sounds like you're good to go. If the studs are 2x4s, you might want to think about using a 4x4 for the corner post. Sketch it up and see which one works better for you.
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