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Chapter 4. Estate Planning

Chapter 4. Estate Planning

According to the old adage (as if there are any new adages), your life can’t go according to plan if you have no plan. Without an estate plan, state law determines who will receive your property and who will be in charge of settling your affairs. In addition, the administration of your estate can be needlessly complicated without a proper estate plan. And with that complication comes increased costs. Proper estate planning, however, can give you control over your affairs while you are living as well as after your death.


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