In June, we covered Part 1 (Long-Term Care) and Part 2 (Incapacity) in a six part series covering important estate planning considerations. Another point deserving some thought is how an estate plan can direct not just to whom assets should go, but also how. Each beneficiary is unique and the estate plan should consider their unique situation. This article looks at a couple with three very different children and how they might leave the assets for them in three very different ways.
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