Personal Property Memorandum
An integral part of any thorough estate plan addresses the matter of personal, tangible property. Division of personal property can often result in disagreement among family members, and is important to avoid. A Personal Property Memorandum provides a "less formal" means of directing the desired division.
The benefits of addressing personal property in a memorandum associated with but separate from your Will, permits easier revisions or additions without amending your Will itself.
As part of a comprehensive estate plan, the attorneys at Keene & Sparks, LLP can implement the process of evaluating your personal property and your wishes regarding their disposition when the time comes. Our attorneys can advise you on your best options within your estate plan.
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