A personal property memorandum (PPM) is a document that lists and describes all of the personal property in a person's estate. This document can be used to help with the administration of an estate, to provide information to heirs or beneficiaries, or to list assets for tax purposes.
A PPM should include a description of each item of personal property, its value, and where it is located. The document can be as detailed or as general as desired, but it is important to include accurate information so that there are no surprises after someone dies.
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Directs all remaining assets into a previously established living trust upon the death of the maker of the will.
Florida Financial Affidavit
Court form for when you are involved in a Florida court case which requires income disclosures under oath