Intangible Organizing Once Children Have Moved Out – Living Peace Tuesday Tips

Melissa Bellliard, Living Peace Professional Organizer, continues her series for Empty Nesters and offers some helpful ideas on how best to manage the organizing of intangible items while your kids head off to college. The four areas Melissa covers in this post are: Financial, Insurance, Records, and Phone.

Checklist of things you can transfer to your leaving-the-nest children:
Financial: Checking/Savings accounts, Credit Card, Budget/Bills, 401(k)/investments Insurance: Health/Dental/Vision, Car/AAA, Life Insurance, Renter’s Insurance
Records: Transfer health from pediatrician to “adult” doctor, ID (passport, Social Security card, Birth Certificate)
Phone: transfer account

About Melissa Belliard

Melissa is committed to helping her clients find the organizing system that works for them, with compassion and creativity. She has been helping her friends and family get organized for years, and loves decluttering closets and cabinets, especially for empty nesters and folks who are downsizing. Melissa brings her 16 years of experience as a Human Resources professional to her work, including compassionate listening, leadership, and creative problem-solving skills. Melissa is also a part-time massage therapist, and has raised two great kids. She loves being out in nature, listening to music and dancing, as well as bringing women together in community.

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