Sure, your mom loves her set of Lenox china with enough pieces for twenty-four people, but you don’t want it. And don’t think your kids will someday want your more modern set either. So, what do do with everyone’s “stuff?”


“As baby boomers grow older, the volume of unwanted keepsakes and family heirlooms is poised to grow — along with the number of delicate conversations about what to do with them.”


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