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Home › Forums › Estate Planning › Can I specify how my jewelry is distributed in my will?
If I have a lawyer prepare my will is it ok to attach a document to it which indicates how I would want specific personal items (such as jewelry) distributed.
Yes, you can – I went through this a little while ago. Someone gave me the advice to be very specific when writing the description for each piece.
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