Is my Father’s car part of his personal effects?

“Personal effects” can include such things as jewelry, appliances, tools, furniture, clothing, china, silver, coin collections, works of art, and the like. A car is not typically considered a personal effect so it should be named separately. There are similar assets that are not considered personal effects as well.



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