How to Talk to Your Spouse About Estate Planning

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One spouse is more motivated than the other to establish an estate plan, either because he or she just inherited a tidy sum or because one is a planner by nature and the other is a procrastinator. If this situation sounds familiar, you are not alone! Learn how to get a spouse who is seemingly disinterested in planning your estate to get on board.

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