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With Estate Planning, it is important to know what you should and should not leave out of your will. This is important to know what should be included in your Will and a few things that should not.
Here are some items that should be included in your Will:
Out-of-State Property – If you have real estate or property or physical property in another state, do not forget to include it in your Will.
Collectibles – Collector’s items are another thing that should be included in your Will. Indicating who you want these items to go to is equally important.
Digital Assets – Consider naming a digital executor who will have permission to access your phone or computer.
Certain items should never be put in your Will. These would include anything that is already included in your Trust. Jointly owned property should be left out as well. Your will should not be used to place conditions on a “gift” or to “gift” a pet to an individual.