Household Goods as Tenants by Entireties

In a non-precedential decision, the Superior Court has affirmed that tangible personal property (wine collection, paintings, and lawn equipment) acquired during the marriage for the use of both spouses may be considered to be held as tenants by the entireties and so the sole property of the surviving spouse, citing DiFloridio v. DiFloridio, 331 A.2d 174 (Pa. 1975). In re: Estate of Paul A. Gardner, Sr., 464 MDA 2020 (Pa. Super. 7/8/2021) (non-precedential).

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