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Have you named your children executor of your estate? Here’s a common mistake made 83% of the time. Don’t let it happen to you!
Estate planning is necessary—not just to protect your assets—but to help yourself should you become incapacitated. As part of the process, you want to be set up as best you can to help your family avoid a court probate process. This can be a lengthy process and ultimately your wishes may not be met. To avoid probate, you can do … Read More