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Tangible personal property

Tangible personal property


Items of tangible personal property – jewelry, artwork, household furniture and the like – are often collected over a lifetime. Because of the sentiment these items might represent and the inability to easily divide certain pieces, personal items in an estate can often create the greatest source of conflict among beneficiaries. Fortunately, there are several actions you can take today to help avoid – or at least minimize – conflict later.


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