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In 2006, I was thrilled to be pregnant with our first child.  In June, our beautiful, healthy daughter was born.  Four months later my mother was diagnosed with Leukemia and died a few weeks later.  In November of 2006, I became the executor of my mother’s will.  My father passed away in 2004 and in the process we had to reopen his estate, which made me the de facto executor of his will as well.   I found myself with a  newborn baby, a full-time job, and the executor of my parents’ estate.   Oh, and in December I received a diagnosis of DCIS, a form of breast cancer. This blog will provide helpful hints and tips to daughters and sons who are settling their parents’ estates while busy living their own lives.

In loving memory of my parents.

Byron and Betty Rothhouse

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Information found on this web site is for general informational purposes only based on personal experience and should not be construed as legal, tax or other professional advice. You should consult an experienced attorney,tax professional or financial advisor concerning your particular factual situation and any specific questions you may have.

Posted March 15, 2011 by Julie Rothhouse

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  1. Thanks for writing about this very important and relevant topic Julie!

    Alicia Rodriguez, MA, PCC

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