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Most people are likely to leave behind tangible personal property when they die.  This property typically includes jewelry, clothes, vehicles, furniture, household furnishings, silver, books, art, photos and anything else you can touch.   Distributing the property can be difficult since it can rarely be done equally.  In addition, many items may have little or no monetary value but significant sentimental value.  It is often not easy to foresee conflicts family members might face when dealing with your personal property after your death.  sorting through a life’s worth of  personal items can be overwhelming, unpleasant and time-consuming.

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