Do items have to be valuable to be mentioned in a will?

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No, items don’t have to have any value to be mentioned in a will. In fact, many items that are disputed by a family after somebody passes away, only have sentimental value and no monetary value at all. For this reason it’s a very good idea to put those sentimental items in your will, or in the attachment to your will, that disposes of your tangible personal property after your death.

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