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Disinheriting a Relative can be Complicated

Have a “black sheep” in your family that you would like to disinherit?  Perhaps you feel that you have given one child more during your life, so he or she should get less in your will. Or you may want … Continue reading

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Preventing a Will Contest

Emotions can run high at the death of a family member. If a family member is unhappy with the amount they received (or didn’t receive) under a will, he or she may contest the will. Will contests can drag out … Continue reading

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Family Division Caused by Inheritance

Believe it or not, regardless of how much money may be on the line, family division can arise in the closest of families upon someone’s death. However, a well-crafted estate plan can do much to limit such division.  While a … Continue reading

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