Protect yourself and your loved ones

Personal Property

Welcome to the ‘Personal Property’ page, a comprehensive guide to help you plan and organize lists of your valuable possessions and important documents.

In the fast-paced world we live in, it’s essential to keep track of your personal property, ranging from tangible assets like real estate and jewelry to crucial documents such as birth certificates, marriage licenses, and military service records.

Organizing and safeguarding your personal property can provide peace of mind, help you in emergencies, and streamline various life events.

Whether you’re planning for your family’s future, estate management, or simply seeking a more organized life, this guide will assist you in creating a well-structured inventory of your possessions and essential documents.

Additionally, we will explore various categories of personal property, each with its unique considerations, so you can make informed decisions and ensure that everything you value is properly accounted for and protected.  I call it THE LIST.   I refer to it frequently.

So, let’s embark on this journey of personal property organization, ensuring your assets and documents remain safe and accessible when you need them most.

Here is a partial list of personal property categories to consider organizing:


Real Estate (lenders, deeds, mortgages)

Home Inventory (jewelry, collectibles)

Birth Certificates, Adoption Documents

Marriage licenses/Divorce decrees

Military Service Records


Living Wills and HIPAA forms

Final Wishes: Funeral, Burial/Cremation

Intellectual Property

Motor Vehicles (titles, registration, keys)

Secure Locations (safes, bank boxes)

Visit the Resources page for “What Happens the Day After You Die?”.  You can print out a  FREE basic checklist to get you started.