7. Is the story of Joseph--the reconciliation of his family--God's will for all fractured families?
Understand that there are "two wills" in God. Theologians call them His "preceptive" will and His "decretive" will. His preceptive will addresses His intentions for us and toward us. That is clear but not enforced. His decretive will involves those things which God insists will happen, the ends which He guarantees.
In regard to family reconciliation, God desires that all families be reconciled. He does not force such reconciliations. He apparently gains more glory when He persuades us to obey Him because we want to (much more glory because we ALL begin NOT wanting to obey Him to the point of reconciliation!).