I find joy in helping others find peace of mind. My favorite phrase is "let me take that off your plate." The look of relief when they gladly hand it over fuels my passion for this work.
I have lived in Houston for more than 25 years, but I'm still a small-town Texas girl at heart. I graduated with a BA from UH in 2001 and twenty years later earned an MBA from UHD. I live in SW Houston with my husband, Josh, and 2 of our 3 teenagers. One has flown the coop and lives in San Marcos where she attends Texas State University.
Outside of work, you can find me camping with my daughter's Girl Scout Troop, volunteering with my son's BSA Troop, serving with National Charity League (Post Oak Chapter), or just running kids around town. I also enjoy working out at the gym and rewarding myself afterward with a good book by the pool.
Unique Selling Proposition
At Executor Support we transform chaos, frustration, and frayed relationships into order and peace. We do this by simplifying end-of-life loose ends and providing support for executors of estates. Our goal is to take on 75% of the executor work while keeping them behind on the wheel on all decisions regarding the estate.
Qualifying Questions: What are three questions we can ask clients to help pave the way for a referral? List them here.
1. Do you feel like your executor or next of kin would have everything they could possibly need at their fingertips in the event of a crisis? If not, could you use some help getting started on that project?
2. As an executor, do you wish you had a personal assistant that would take on some of the more tedious tasks of the estate settlement?
Describe How You Would Like To Be Introduced Via Email
Please meet Aimee Wood, the Co-Founder of Executor Support. They provide expertise, guidance and caring assistance for settlement of estates for an executor. Their goal is to handle 75% of the executor workload and to close the estate in only 75% of the expected time. They can also help someone in the process of organizing their own estate to ensure their executor knows what to do when the time comes.