Objects of inheritance seem to be imbued with a special power. This is oftentimes the case, whether the family is aware of it yet or not. As one sitting down to put your intentions to paper, or even as the inheritor, it is a power worth pondering.
When it comes to their tangible personal property (i.e., heirlooms), estate planning parents commonly fail to make considered and thoughtful plans for their distribution.
Nevertheless, more often than not, it is the family that sees the peculiar power of… [read post