FARMINGTON — Fotis Dulos had a Rolex watch, a Cartier watch, coins, crosses and a ring from Tiffany & Company that belonged to his estranged wife in his safe deposit box, according to documents filed Monday in Probate Court.

The attorney representing Jennifer Dulos’ mother called the items “keepsakes,” for his client’s five grandchildren. The children have been in Gloria Farber’s care since Jennifer Dulos vanished on May 24, 2019.

The Rolex watch, the Cartier watch and a third watch were intended for the three Dulos boys who were between the ages of 8 and 13 when their mother disappeared, according to a motion seeking the items filed by attorney Richard Weinstein.

Various coins and crosses were given to the five children at their Christening, according to an affidavit signed by family friend Caroline Buckley filed with the motion. The value of the items was not listed in Weinstein’s motion.

Fotis Dulos died on Jan. 30 from an apparent suicide as he faced murder, kidnapping and other charges in his estranged wife’s death and disappearance. The couple was involved in a two-year divorce and custody battle when the 50-year-old New Canaan mother vanished after dropping off her children at school.

Attorney Christopher Hug, who is the administrator of Fotis Dulos’ estate, had not filed an inventory of the safe deposit box as of Friday. Hug did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Monday.

Weinstein contends that certain items located in the box were intended for the Dulos children and should not be calculated as part of the estate, which is deeply in debt.

In recent weeks, Weinstein has also tried to get Hug to turn over the deed to the palatial Farmington home where the couple lived before Jennifer Dulos moved out with the children in June 2017.

Farber paid off the mortgage on the home, which had been secured with her family’s assets, after her daughter disappeared and then filed for foreclosure on the property. All the properties owned by Fotis Dulos as part of his high-end real estate business, Fore Group, are in foreclosure.

Hug has said in court documents that few assets will be left for the children once creditors have been satisfied. Hug has also sought to have Jennifer Dulos declared legally dead so the estate could use a $191,000 Individual Retirement Account owned by Fotis Dulos.

Since Fotis Dulos didn’t specify a beneficiary of the IRA, Hug needs his spouse to be declared dead to have access to the money. A probate judge is expected to hold a hearing soon to determine if Jennifer Dulos can be declared dead.

Jennifer Dulos’ body has never been found, although police said she is presumed dead based on blood evidence they found in the garage of her New Canaan home, according to arrest warrants.

According to arrest warrants, police believe Fotis Dulos used an employee’s pickup truck to drive from his Farmington home to New Canaan the morning of May 24, 2019. Police said Fotis Dulos parked the truck near Waveny Park and rode a vintage French bicycle to his estranged wife’s home on Welles Lane.

According to arrest warrants, Fotis Dulos was “lying in wait” when his estranged wife returned from dropping off their children at school. Police said Jennifer Dulos was the victim of a “serious physical assault.”

Around the time Jennifer Dulos was reported missing that night, police said Hartford surveillance cameras captured two people resembling Fotis Dulos and his former girlfriend Michelle Troconis making a series of stops along Albany Avenue.

The man was seen dumping trash bags and a license plate that was later discovered to be registered to Fotis Dulos, according to arrest warrants. The bags contained Jennifer Dulos’ blood and clothing, the arrest warrants state.