Inheritance Expert - The Myth of the Million Dollar Dishrag

An Effective and Powerful Plan to Avoid
a Family Inheritance Battle
After You Die

Inheritance Expert - Myth of the Million Dollar Dishrag

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“Eisen draws not only on her experience as a trained appraiser and gemologist… but presents examples in an easy-to-read and understandable manner, with a ‘plan’ that can be used to divide jewelry, art, and other heirlooms in family collections.”
Barbara W., National Magazine Writer

Susan Eisen, GG, ASA, MGA, CGA
Author of “Crazy About Jewelry! The Expert Guide to Buying, Selling and Caring for Your Jewelry”

Susan Eisen Inheritance Expert - Myth of the Million Dollar Dishrag

More than three decades of working with clients and clients’ heirs and hearing countless tales of inheritance heartaches and family breakups inspired Ms. Eisen to develop a powerful new way for everyone to be more satisfied with their inheritances, thus preserving family ties and good memories of the deceased. Ms. Eisen’s ground breaking approach to settling your family inheritance issues while you are alive enables you to better ensure your heirs’ future happiness. As a result of her experience, she has been able to coach parents, grandparents, children and grandchildren into making wise decisions on how to divide family heirlooms, collections and sentimental non-valuable items amicably and without a bitter war.

Since launching her retail jewelry store and design studio in 1980, Susan Eisen has become a sought-after advisor for attorneys, CPAs, bankers, private collectors, and consumers for the valuation and distribution of family valuables. She has worked with hundreds of clients on their collections of jewelry, gemstones, silver, artwork, coins and other precious treasures and has helped thousands of clients celebrate the milestones of their lives – from the birth of a child to a golden anniversary – with precious jewelry and other fine gifts of value. Unfortunately, she has also seen how once-loving family relationships can shatter over a seemingly insignificant piece of jewelry or art after a death in the family which is why this book was written. Read about her innovative concept of writing a “With Love List”™ that becomes the peacemaker for families dealing with difficult inheritance issues.