Q: Can I include belongings in my estate plan that aren’t worth a lot of money but are still important to me?

| Mar 24, 2021 | Estate Planning, Q&A |

A: Absolutely. Your estate plan gives you the opportunity to communicate to your loved ones how you would like belongings that have special meaning to you handled. Whether it be a family heirloom, a box of albums, or an important personal keepsake, your estate plan allows you to establish how you would like sentimental items distributed and other details carried out. People often don’t realize that even though these items may not be high in monetary value, they can and should also be included in their estate plan.

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