On 11/20/21 17:57, - wrote:
If you don't want to leave your collection to chance, then you need to
put in your WILL what is to be done with it or whom it is to go to. Just as
you would your home, automobiles, guns or other valuable property. You
should also name the executor of your estate in your Will and you should
make your wishes known to them beforehand. All of that said, make your Will
CLEAR including full names, and relationships if possible, have it
witnessed by a couple of reputable people, notary publics if necessary, and
have it legally recorded in your county seat.
Another thing about wills -- in Texas at least, they are good for four years, then need an update.