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What Happens When There’s No Will?

Dying intestate can have unintended consequences for pretty much every family type. However, it is especially painful if there are unmarried partners or stepchildren, who are left out under the law in almost every scenario.

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How Do I Talk to My Parents About Estate Planning?

Broaching the subject of estate planning can be difficult, as emotions often run high while discussing end-of-life care and other similar topics. However, having a plan in place can streamline the estate transfer process upon the passing of your loved ones, bringing peace of mind to the whole family.

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