Most difficult parts of being an executor of an estate in the United States, 2014

Which of the following was the most difficult part of serving as an executor or trustee of an estate?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 21, 2014
Most difficult parts of being an executor of an estate in the United States, 2014 The statistic shows the result of a survey carried out among wealthy and ultra wealthy Americans in the United States. This particular statistic deals with the most difficult aspects of acting as an executor or trustee of an estate. 22 percent of the wealthy Americans interviewed stated the managing disagreements among heirs was the most difficult part of serving as an executor or trustee of an estate.
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Which of the following was the most difficult part of serving as an executor or trustee of an estate?

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