Personal Items

As a part of your estate plan, you may wish that certain of your personal items be given to specific people. Personal items may include family heirlooms, personal letters or correspondence, articles of jewelry, collections, photographs, etc., that you believe will be of special value to the recipient.

By directing the distribution of these personal items through your estate plan, you can greatly relieve others of the burden of making these decisions in the future. Your directions for distribution of personal assets are probably best handled by a separate document, which can be easily updated from time to time. However, you should consider the laws of your particular state when making that decision.

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