12:05 PM - 12:55 PM
Solid Finances Webinar: Who Gets Grandma's Yellow Pie Plate & Grandpa's Watch
Presenter: Marsha Goetting, Montana State University-Extension
Most people have personal belongings such as wedding photographs, a baseball glove or a yellow pie plate or a watch that have special meaning for them and other family members. These types of personal possessions, as well as jewelry, stamps, gun and coin collections, quilts or sports equipment, are referred to as non-titled property because there are no legal documents (such as titles) to indicate who officially owns them. What happens to your non-titled personal belongings when you die? Who decides who gets what? During this session Marsha Goetting will explore how you can plan for the eventual transfer of your personal belongings.