Often the non-titled property (for example, an old, cherished children's book, a piece of jewelry from grandma, a portrait of mother, etc.) may be the things that hold the greatest sentimental value and may be disregarded in a written will, causing problems for family members for years to come. What are some creative methods for dispersing possessions and what forethought should go into planning? Jill Freeman of Gentle Transitions will speak and lead the discussion. Sponsor: Edina Senior Center.