What Is Personal and Tangible Property In Estate Planning?

What Is Personal and Tangible Property In Estate Planning?

Generally speaking, things you own that can be touched and/or moved.  These are physical items such as jewelry, furniture, art, cars, clothes, books etc.  This does not include physical things that represent intangible items such as stock certificates, savings bonds etc.

Example Of Personal and Tangible Property In Regards To Estate Planning

I am so excited! My grandma wrote a separate list of who was to inherit her tangible property and she gave me the antique bookshelf I always loved.  My uncle wanted it, but she gave it to me.

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