Focus SWW Autumn 2016 - Page 10

6 As professional executors, we often have to become involved in very sensitive situations. Our clients trust us with a huge amount of private information, not only financial but also emotional. We are always there to listen, show sympathy and discuss the steps for moving forward. Over the years we have seen thousands of bereaved clients: we have observed family turmoil, investment concerns and issues relating to property and land, which come up time and again. We see all sorts of regrets from those mourning the passing of loved ones. Here is a list of some of the most common regrets we have observed. 8 The Society of Will Writers most common regrets after death