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How is the value of jewelry divided in an estate?
Usually the estate, and jewelry in it, is divided by value and all jewelry is appraised. NAJA, the National Association of Jewelry Appraisers, is an excellent source for finding a reputable appraiser nationally.
How is jewelry divided between heirs in a will?
An administrator, like an executor who doesn’t have jewelry division instructions, divides jewelry among the heirs by appraised value. Dividing jewelry is often more difficult if the siblings want specific pieces for sentimental reasons. The executor still must have the jewelry appraised, as each beneficiary is entitled to an equal share.
How is jewelry divided?
Jewelry is then divided by equal value, or sold and then divided by equal monetary value. At times jewelry is divided by request, when a sibling wants a particular piece of jewelry for sentimental reasons, and this can become very difficult when children cannot agree upon who gets what.
How can I divide my estate fairly?
Before you can divide your estate fairly, you need to identify what is in your estate. Consider which of the following assets you own: Real estate. This includes your home, secondary residences, plots of land, etc. If you own it, then it is part of your estate. Business interests. You might be the owner or partner of a business.