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Passing On What Is Really Important - When a Will Is Not the Only Way

Most people begin the estate planning process, because they believe that it will help their families, by making their wishes clear while they are still alive. And an estate plan will do exactly that when it comes to health care and major assets. But the traditional will or trust does not really specify who gets which personal items.

Passing On What Is Really Important - When a Will Is Not the Only Way

Most people begin the estate planning process, because they believe that it will help their families, by making their wishes clear while they are still alive. And an estate plan will do exactly that when it comes to health care and major assets. But the traditional will or trust does not really specify who gets which personal items.

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