The Personal Property Memoradum
By: Aaron J. Lyttle; Cole Ehmke; Mary Martin; Bill Taylor
Wills and trusts can be useful tools for determining who should receive your property after you die. Unfortunately, consulting an attorney to draft and sign these documents can be time-consuming, dull, and expensive. Even after you have finalized your estate plan, these difficulties can arise anew as family circumstances, wishes, and laws change over time. A personal property memoradum can be a helpful tool to add flexability to wills.
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