The Wahkiakum County Eagle - Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891

Who gets Grandma's yellow plate?

 

February 27, 2020



On March 12 at noon, Attorney Chris Roubicek, of Castle Rock, will talk about the transfer of your non-titled property. Estate planning often focuses on farms or family business transfers. Too often, personal possessions doesn’t get discussed.

Non-titled property can include furniture, photos, books, dishes, tools and jewelry. Many people have fond memories of family keepsakes and they carry more meaning and can have long-lasting emotional effects.

Consider attending to learn more about decision options, including initiating discussions, determining distribution options and setting ground rules for transferring non-titled property.

The program, sponsored by Washington State University Extension, will be held for free at the Cowlitz Co. Museum, 405 Allen Street, Kelso. No registration is needed. For more information, contact Gary Fredricks at 577-3014 Ext 3 or garyf@wsu.edu.

 

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