"As executor for my mother's estate, I needed help. I never expected by sisters to act the way they did! This information helped us sort out what we wanted, talk about what we thought was fair, and consider different options. It wasn't easy, but we are still talking."
When emotions take over, the division of a loved one's personal possessions can turn ugly and even destroy family relationships. There is another way. A better way. With the award winning book, "Who Gets Grandma's Yellow Pie Plate?" readers are shown a new positive way to transfer non-titled property.
Whether planning ahead or making decisions when someone dies, this book will help family members create distribution options that feel "fair" for everyone. It is a must read for everyone--spouses, adult children, siblings and grandchildren.
Readers learn immediately how to identify and understand the special significance and value of belongings. This process often results in suprises. Using the authors' suggestions the process can become a celebration of a person's life rather than a family nightmare.