Who Gets The Family Bible And Coca-Cola Stock?

When a widow with incapacity issues and squabbling adult children
died, the executor she named in her will rushed to her home and changed
the locks just as one son showed up to take things left in her will to
his siblings.
“Over and over, tangible personal property is the thing that pushes
people over the edge; the beneficiaries are at odds, and the executor is
trying to keep the peace,” says Carly Howard, a senior wealth
strategist with Altantic Trust in Atlanta, Ga.

Read more @ Forbes.com