” We are made wise not by the recollection of our past,
but by the responsibility of our future.“
— George Bernard Shaw
Helen recently lost her 87-year-old mother to cancer, and while Helen’s two other siblings have offered to help her handle their mother’s affairs, one lives far away and the other has medical issues of his own that make it difficult for him to assist. Though in her mid-60s herself, Helen is still working full-time and finding it physically difficult to gather her mother’s belongings and do anything with them, since she doesn’t have much free time to do so. She also has found the whole experience emotionally draining since she was so close with her mother and watched her go through such a painful long-term illness for so long.
You may find yourself facing similar challenges and wondering:
Estate Liquidation & Clean-out
Going through a challenging time such as the loss of a loved one is difficult enough without the added responsibilities of managing the liquidation and distribution of the family member’s estate. We can help by: