• Identifying Tangible Personal Property: Firearms
  • August 3, 2011 | Authors: Warren W. Ayres; Paul C. Heintz; Erin E. McQuiggan; Vishal S. Petigara; Nina B. Stryker; Michael P. Weinstein
  • Law Firm: Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP - Philadelphia Office
  • As we all know, the traditional approach to estate planning involves the identification of the client’s tangible personal property and his/her desired distribution of those items. When identifying the tangible personal property, we must always ask our clients: “Do you own any firearms?” More often than not, the client responds: “What is a firearm?”