Keeping harmony among the family.
During the process of administering an estate, family situations can sometimes become heated and family relationships can be strained. The estate executor or administrator may have to make decisions that are unpopular, or that may cause hurt feelings. Because emotions are running high, and the loss is often fresh, an experienced guide can play a pivotal role in helping to keep the process moving forward while stopping any potential disputes before they erupt. By making sure that everyone feels the process is fair, and by giving everyone a voice in the process, important family relationships can remain intact, and the family can emerge stronger than it was before.