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Subject: For Answerguru-ga Only
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: uzzz-ga
List Price: $2.00
Posted: 28 Nov 2005 05:28 PST
Expires: 28 Dec 2005 05:28 PST
Question ID: 598476
Kindly post and I will tip according to the relevance of the chapter.

Thank you
Subject: Re: For Answerguru-ga Only
Answered By: answerguru-ga on 28 Nov 2005 06:30 PST
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hi uzzz-ga,

The book itself is put out by the American Bar Association and is
entitled "ABA Guide to Wills and Estates". The relevant chapter with
the subsections I mentioned is Chapter 3.

Specifically, what I had in mind to accomodate any creative aspect of
the will would be addressed by the section Clause-By-Clause under
subsection "Gifts of Personal Property". The sample will that follows
is a good example of how that technique can be used.


Request for Answer Clarification by uzzz-ga on 30 Nov 2005 03:58 PST
Hello answerguru-ga

Thank you for the answer. I have reviewed the ABA Guide and
specifically Chapter 3's "Gifts of Personal Property" that starts on
page 8. I also read Chapter 9's "Tangible Personal Property
Memorandum".  While this ABA work outlines the bequest process it does
not go into creativity. What I am seeking are writings that deal
specifically with inventiveness when it comes to the last will and
testament process of making bequests. I did enjoy the sidebars at the
end of Chapter 3. It showed that some people in the past made the most
of their bequests.


Clarification of Answer by answerguru-ga on 30 Nov 2005 06:33 PST
Hi Uzzz,

I'm glad you found the content at least partially helpful. Hopefully
another researcher will be able to answer your other questions on this

Thanks for the nice rating and tip :)

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