Family disputes over personal belongings don’t have to happen. We share two expert’s opinions about how to prevent sticky situations arising around who gets what personal items.
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Deppe earned a biology degree from Harvard, but she came of age when it was difficult for women to be hired as university faculty, and uncomfortable for them if they were hired. She got a job, but rather than research genetics, Deppe turned to agriculture, and has since done original research with nothing more than […]
When it comes to estate planning, families often focus on financial assets. But it’s often personal possessions — items with more sentimental value, perhaps, than monetary — that are the most difficult to talk about. This painful process of deciding who gets what after someone dies can be made easier through planning ahead.