Who Gets Grandma's Yellow Pie Plate?™
Personal belongings often have special meaning for individuals and family members. Planning to pass on such items — treasured wedding photo, Grandpa's fishing tackle box, or a well-used yellow pie plate — can be challenging, and may lead to family conflict.
Who Gets Grandma’s Yellow Pie Plate?TM provides people with practical information about the inheritance and transfer of non-titled personal property. The curriculum, workshop, and related web resources help families communicate, make decisions, and lessen conflict.
No matter who you are in the process (parent, spouse, child, educator, legal professional, social service staff, etc.) the Who Gets Grandma’s Yellow Pie Plate?TM resources found off this website can help you:
- Bring up inheritance issues for discussion.
- Prepare a legally appropriate list of non-titled property.
- Decide what fair means.
- Ask others what objects they would like and why.
- Identify transfer goals.
- Select distribution and transfer methods that fit goals.
- Consider how to deal with conflicts before they arise.
- Everyone is Affected by Property Transfer
- Are You Prepared to Transfer the Yellow Pie Plate?
- Family Stories About Transferring Property
- Families and Inheritance: Tips for Planning Ahead
- Families and Personal Property Inheritance: A Top Ten List for Decision Making
- Inheriting Memories
- Critical Conversations About Inheritance: Can We Talk?