Stum, M. S.
This workbook will help guide you and your family successfully through the transfer of non-titled property such as Grandma's yellow pie plate or Grandpa's gold watch. Whether planning ahead or making decisions when someone dies, you and your family members will recognize the sensitivity of the issues, determine what you want to accomplish, decide what's fair to your family, understand belongings have different meanings to different individuals, consider distribution options and consequences, and agree to manage conflicts if they arise. This 108-page workbook is intended for owners of personal property, family members, personal representatives (estate executors), estate planning and probate attorneys, funeral home directors, senior housing and nursing home administrators, and estate sale and auction administrators.
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