Your Executor

It is often interpreted as an honour, being named Executor of someone’s estate, as well as a sign of trust and respect. But along with it comes huge responsibility and holds the potential to become an overwhelming and stressful job.  I often hear from clients that it is going to either be a collection of their children, the oldest child or even a spouse in a second marriage because it is the “right thing to do”, or “why spend money on a professional?”