Being a Personal Representative

Personal Representatives often deal with weird things…

I read this article not long ago and thought it was worth sharing instead of writing something similar. This is one person’s account about serving as personal representative for an elderly friend when he died, and some real-world advice for those who agree to serve:

Thoughts on Being a Personal Representative, by Gail Rubin.

Other articles/videos you may find interesting:

When There’s No One You Trust to Serve

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You wonder whether your granddaughter will think of you fondly when you’re not around anymore.

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