Monday August 4, 2008 | The Boomer Burden

August 4, 2008 at 8:15 am | Posted in Coming Up | 1 Comment

As the vast boomer generation ages, so do their parents. As their parents pass on, Boomers must deal with the lifetime of memories and material possessions they leave behind. Our experts will talk about ways for siblings and other family members to deal with estate and personal property in a dignified and stress free fashion and they’ll tell us how to put a value on some of the properties left behind.
Julie Hall
– Certified personal property appraiser; author, The Boomer Burden: Dealing with Your Parents’ Lifetime Accumulation of Stuff<!–[if gte vml 1]> <![endif]–><!–[if !vml]–><!–[endif]–>
Todd Stewart – Attorney at Law specializing in estate and living will cases
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  1. We could never get my mother to get rid of things so cleaning out her house when she died was a nightmare. Luckily my only sibling and I are not the types to fight over money and material things.
    Unfortunately, I will soon have to revisit this experience when my elderly in-laws die. My spouse’s siblings are already arguing over their things, so it is sure to get extremely nasty.

    Most of my boomer friends and I are determined to gradually divest ourselves of most of our “stuff” so that our children will not have this horrible experience.

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