This is a way of adding specific information to your will without making it of excessive length. It also allows you to make later changes without having to work through what can be an extremely drawn-out process.
Your Memo of Personal Property allows you to bequeath items to individual heirs. You can include items such as antiques, art, jewelry, china, silverware, furniture – even a vehicle (in certain US states). However, it’s best to know that certain items cannot be included; such as bonds, stocks, bank accounts, debts, real estate or copyrights.
If you’d like to consider using this option, talk it through with our experts here at your Denver estate planning law firm – Meurer Law Offices P.C. You can reach us on 303-991-3544.