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Article 55-Estate Planning Series: The Personal Cost of Failing to Plan When You Can

Written by Wright Law on . Posted in Estate Planning, Probate, Trusts, Will

Too often, I meet with a recently widowed spouse who knows little or nothing about their estate plan. Usually it is a surviving wife, and she is very frightened. Anyone can understand how difficult it must be to deal with the challenges and emotions of losing a spouse. There may be no lonelier time in that person’s life. It must be especially painful at that time to carry the additional burden of not knowing what will happen next. • “What is going to happen to what we spent a lifetime building?” • “How long/expensive will that process be?” • “How do I even begin?”

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