New Book is a Primer for Baby Boomers, Seniors and Families Regarding Decisions about Personal Possessions and Life Choices
SARATOGA, January 29, 2015//- Lois G. Tager, M.Ed., CSA, recently published a timely book entitled “What To Do With Your Stuff: A Guide to Decisions About Personal Possessions and Life Choices.”
What To Do With Your Stuff details the aspects of storing, assigning, allocating, organizing, and even the disposing of your possessions. It offers real-life answers to questions about what to do with your personal property, and the importance of telling the story of precious family heirlooms and deciding how to pass those treasured items on to your loved ones. Problems with moving and downsizing are also addressed. The book also confronts the crucial issue of end-of-life decisions and includes a chapter written by local Attorney Roy W. Litherland regarding legal issues. A journal to contemplate and record important life decisions is also provided.
Lois G. Tager believes strongly in educating families about issues affecting seniors and their families. Lois has a wealth of knowledge regarding geriatric care and end-of-life decisions and she is delighted to share that knowledge.
Lois is the Director of Geriatric Care Management at the Law Office of Roy W. Litherland, an estate planning and elder care law firm in Campbell, California. For a copy of the book, please visit the website www.whattodowithyourstuff.com. For more information about geriatric care and legal services offered by The Law Office of Roy W. Litherland, please call (408) 356-9200 or visit www.attorneyoffice.com.
Lois G. Tager | Phone: (408) 966-6441 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.whattodowithyourstuff.com