Succession is one of the most important realms in reference to family businesses. Hence, the succession process might be jeopardized due to existing conflicts. Furthermore, conflicts have influence on a firm's overall performance and satisfaction with the succession process. Therefore, it is extremely relevant to analyze different conflict styles and their impact on succession. The paper uses the multi-methods-mix (specific literature review, quantitative study, and qualitative research) to answer the research questions that arose after conducting specific literature review pertaining to conflict in family businesses. First, the paper represents different conflict styles and their influences, which were identified in the literature research. Second, the determinants for the conceptual models used, which were extracted from the analyzed papers, are presented and were tested by conducting a quantitative study. The paper subsequently presents qualitative research to replicate the findings from the quantitative study. In particular, it was necessary to question both generations in order to compare the findings of both sets of interviews. The findings of the interviews were then analyzed and replicated using the results of the survey and findings in the literature.