The second entrepreneur was worried about the same issue as the first entrepreneur, but this case and point of view were quite different. The family is quite religious and has more than ten children. Some of the sons, some daughters, all adults. Each of the sons has acquired one part of the family business, and runs and develops it in its direction. Some parts of the family imperium are well known all over the world in their branches, whereas some parts are less known and hold a very low profile. The question was: Should they consider also the daughters in the generational transfer process. Entrepreneur thought that the daughters probably will not cause the problem, they know and accept the tradition, but some of their husbands were more secular and modern and might stimulate discussion about the equal heritage. In this kind of situation, no straight answer could be given. Of course, each heir should be treated equal, no matter, how the bible and tradition will be interpreted. However, the enterprises, that form the family imperium, are now dynamic and growing. Splitting them into smaller pieces may cause big troubles, but on the other hand, that could be fighting about heritage cause too. The third issue that should be considered is that although the sons-in-law are considered to belong to the family, they are not heirs. Once again, it was stated, that the best way to solve the situation could be if it is possible, an open discussion where all the family members participate.