In this month’s video, we discuss tangible personal property, which is a legal term for all those items – both valuable and sentimental – that you hold near and dear, such as artwork, jewelry, collectibles and other valuables, as well as those knickknacks, household items or “tchotchkes” you’ve amassed over the years. These may not hold much monetary value but may have great personal value and meaning to you. You’ll find out how to dispose of your tchotchkes properly in this video, with some helpful tips to avoid acrimony and any issues (as well as costly litigation) among your loved ones after you’re gone. Watch our video on disposing of tangible personal property.
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