Real property is land and anything attached to it (i.e. can't be easily removed).
In this section you'll need to include:
"I leave my home located at 111 Main St., Lexington, TN 38XXX to by brother Ted Smith."
"I leave my 50 acre farm located in [city], [county], [state], [zip code] to my daughter Sue Smith."
Personal Property is any property that isn't real property (i.e. jewerly, furniture, etc.).
The "description" can either be specific or general.
"I leave my golden, state championship ring to my son, John Smith."
"I leave all my household furniture to my grandchildren, Billy, Bobby, and Teddy Smith."
If you would like to include the contents of your bank account or other account, enter that information below.
"I leave the contents of my checking account at Big Bank in Lexington, TN 38XXX to my wife, Jill Smith."
NOTE: If you have more than one of the same type of account in the same bank/institution you will need to include the last four (4) digits of the account numbers.
Enter the [year], [make], and [model] of any vehicles you wish to include in your will along with the name(s) of the beneficiary/beneficiaries.
"I leave my 1999 Ford Explorer to my son, John Smith."
A trust is a legal document wherein you, the Settlor, place certain property in trust for the benefit of the named Beneficiary/Beneficiaries. You will also name a Trustee or Co-Trustees to manage and distribute the property per your instructions.
In this section you will need to include:
"I direct that my Trustee is to distribute the trust property to the beneficiary when the beneficiary attains the age of 21."
*If the property is real property (i.e., land, home, etc.) you will need to include either the mailing address OR the [city], [county], [state], and [zip code] of where the property is located. If the property is money, you will need to include (i) the amount, (ii) the name and location of the bank/institution where the money is kept, and (iii) the type of account (i.e., checking, savings, etc.).
NOTE: IF YOU ONLY HAVE ONLY ONE TRUSTEE AND ONE BENEFICIARY, THEY CANNOT BE THE SAME PERSON.
The Executor (male) or Executrix (female) is the person appointed by you to see that your Last Will and Testament is followed through.
You can name whomever you'd like as executor/executrix. If you do not name someone the court will appoint a person for you.