The question of what to do with one’s tangible personal property is often limited to a single testamentary sentence directing the executor to distribute the tangibles to the surviving spouse or to issue surviving. Nothing else. Maybe there’s language directing that the estate is to pay the expenses of shipping. No story, no memories, no methodology for dividing the tangibles up among now-disputing siblings.
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