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A pen lies on top of a will.
You may think you don’t have enough money or property to have an estate plan or a will. But you should carefully consider drawing up one or both of these documents if you have property and/or belongings your heirs will inherit.
February 4, 2021 - Filed Under: Family, Family Financial Management, Estate and Financial Planning

Death isn’t something we like to think about. I personally would rather concentrate on living, but I learned something recently. Almost everyone needs an estate plan and a will. Spending the time and effort it takes to put your wishes in writing and having it legally declared will save your heirs money, time, and heartache.

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