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Estate planning matters--wills, trusts, powers of attorney and like issues--are too often postponed. As a consequence, loved ones are too often disinherited by "accident:" usually by a decedent's failure to get wills written, trusts drafted, other estate planning done. Many kinds of legal "mistakes" can be corrected if caught in time but estate planning problems often cannot be cured after that moment in which we pass. Published articles on this subject are available through Adams Legal Services.
Bottom line: Procrastination has no place in estate planning. Incorporate death-distribution desires into appropriate instruments before hang-gliding! Then see a lawyer of your choice--one familiar with estate matters--to answer questions you have about your death-distribution plan in advance.
Another way you can help reduce the pain caused by accidental disinheritance is by sharing this message with a friend!
Best wishes. . .
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