Certain household goods and personal items can be emotionally priceless to your descendants even when the financial value of such personal property is next to nothing. One way to avoid conflict over those items after your death is to establish a distribution plan.
Do you remember those countless fishing trips with Grandpa fishing for bullheads? Who gets his fishing poles when Grandpa’s gone? Or who gets the hand-made quilt that graced Mom’s living room sofa all the years the grandchildren were growing up? Who gets Great Aunt Lilly’s handmade kitchen cupboard? Who gets the ancestral photo albums dating back to the early 1800s? » Read more..