I’ve been an Edmonton lawyer for over three decades. When I turned 50, I decided to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain at 5895 metres above sea level. It was a great experience and I really appreciated the support of our Tanzanian guides and porters.
On Kilimanjaro I had plenty of time to think about the “individual” mountains we face in life, those that seem difficult to overcome. Yet sometimes all we need is support from those who’ve faced similar challenges and know how to conquer them.
One of those mountains many of my clients face is being asked or appointed as the Executor of an estate. It’s an awesome responsibility, especially if you happen to be related to the deceased. You have all kinds of issues to deal with. And you must remain impartial in the process.
I suggest that you need the kind of support I received in climbing Kilimanjaro. Working together makes the process a cooperative one, less stressful and therefore easier to handle.
If you’d appreciate that level of support, call me.