It does, only I'm not up to the "assignment of property" area yet. I'm assuming that is also in the software? There are other items that I collect that wouldn't become an issue with serials should anything ever happen to them, I guess I should just leave these out? I'm talking things like knives, bayonets, field gear, etc. I also want demilled launchers someday, and I would like to protect them as well.
Thanks for the quick reply. I'll get more acclimated to it once I start moving along I guess.
Yes -- the Assignment of Property is what says "I'm putting this in my 'Schedule'" -- the schedules being the lists of whats His, Hers, or Ours Together (thus A, B and C.) The Willmaker software should take you through all of these steps -- and then let you add/remove things later. The Trust is what assigns certain Schedules to certain trustees or others during certain conditions (mental incapacitation, death, swallowed by a whale, etc.)
Everything I've read about Trusts says that the items must be specific, even if they're not necessarily serial numbered. "House at X address." "WWII bayonette, pink handle" or something to that effect. The willmaker software should have some reading resources list as well when you get to that section. I've also heard that you don't necessarily want to put down MODELS, just MANUFACTURE and SERIAL NUMBER -- but I think that had more to do with open registration for states that make you publicly post your registration, so you're not advertising "I have lots of guns at X address."