How should I deal with my personal belongings in my Last Will and Testament?

Personal belongings, such as jewelry, coin collections, furniture, photographs, family heirlooms, and other items of sentimental value are typically referred to as tangible personal property.  Some people are happy to let their personal belongings be part of their residuary estate.  Others prefer to identify certain items in their Last Will and Testament (“Will”) and designate…

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