Estate administration necessarily involves a mix of practical tasks (for example, marshaling, valuing and often retitling the estate assets, closing and opening accounts, filing and paying taxes and distributing bequests) and emotional challenges (for example, dealing with mortality, reawakening family issues and sibling rivalries). From time to time, emotions overwhelm reason, and the practical aspects of estate administration become quite difficult. In my experience, estate-related
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