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Thursday, June 23, 2011

Kids are not necessarily equal in estate planning

You may have read my earlier posts in which I explained that there is a difference between having a will and having an estate plan. The value and effectiveness of a will are directly affected by the quality of the estate planning. I'm attaching an article from that gives a wonderful example of how a person with a will intending to treat all children equally can still end up with an unequal distribution among the children. It happens more frequently than you might think. Click here to read the article. The attached photo is also from that article.


  1. Hi Lynn,

    The link you provided is no longer available. Any idea where it might be found?

    1. Unfortunately, that happens with online articles. That one is a year and a half old. All I can suggest is that you contact the magazine and ask if it's available to you.



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