You are a liquidator (executor) and you have accomplished the main tasks to be done to settle the estate of a loved one. Once the inventory is completed and deposited in the RDPRM, you must take care of the division of property between the heirs and the liquidation of movable property.
This step is often very important since if no provision has been made by the deceased, there may be family conflicts. In addition, liquidating property requires time and patience since you will have several tasks to complete and several calls to make.
Settling the assets of an estate requires, among other things, to call several charities to donate furniture, find a container, take care of the lease, prepare an auction or estate sale or find buyers for valuable goods (stove, couch, artwork, etc.), cleaning and more.