Over a span of four years in my late 20s, both of my parents passed away suddenly. At the time of my father’s death, I lived two hours away from the family home and was a new mom to an infant. While the probate process of settling my parents’ estate was fairly simple (thanks to a terrific attorney and family friend), serving as executor consumed incredible time and effort. Looking back, I wish I could have outsourced some of the responsibility to others. Additionally, this experience deepened my appreciation of how critical it is to have one’s own paperwork and records in order (my parents did not) and how time consuming and difficult it can be when emptying the family home and its possessions. I founded Executrixie to help others through the navigation of end of life matters.
A native of northeastern Pennsylvania, Louanne Flanagan Caspar is a graduate of the University of Scranton and Loyola University School of Law, New Orleans. Louanne is a member of the Apex Chamber of Commerce, Women in Networking, Apex Chapter, serves on the Boards of Directors for Resources for Seniors and the Advisory Board for Launch Apex. She resides in Apex, NC with her husband of 21 years, two teenage daughters, and two dogs.
At Executrixie, compassion, empathy and respect are core values that shape all aspects of our business. We are committed to honesty and fairness for our clients and community. Executrixie is committed to holding itself to the highest legal and ethical standards.