Warning! Your Parents' Estate Plan May Mean Trouble For You


The typical "Estate Planning" experience is one in which people go in and meet with an attorney, sign some documents, put them on a shelf or in a drawer, and never look at them again.

It's very likely that IF your parents have worked with a lawyer to prepare a Will and/or Trust, this was their experience, which means their plan is most likely seriously outdated and will not work when YOU need it, after their death or incapacity.

Even if they have had their plan created or reviewed within the last few years, it could still mean you'll be dealing with the probate court or receive your inheritance in the wrong way.


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