Ideally, your Will should deal with all your assets, whether specifically or collectively. You may consider the following:
- Real property: land and buildings, residential, commercial, industrial or agricultural properties;
- Personal property: cash, bank balances, shares, transferrable memberships, vehicles, movable furniture, clothing, jewellery, books, camera equipment, computer equipment, etc.;
- Intellectual property: copyrights, patents, designs;
- Trust property: property which is being held by a trustee on trust for your benefit;
- Future benefits: assets which you expect to receive in the future, including an inheritance.