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Estate Planning

An estate plan is the set of instructions on what to do about you after you’re dead. Since you’re dead, you can’t handle your own affairs yourself anymore, so the estate plan explains what you want to happen. The default outcome is that you and your loved ones pay for the privilege for all your finances to become public record for anyone to view. Learn the basics of estate planning here so you can easily avoid that outcome.

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