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Introduction To Estate Planning: Get Started On Putting Your Affairs In Order

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Executive Summary

As you get older, you'll likely start thinking about putting your affairs in order. This will help avoid family conflict, allow you to name who will make health and financial decisions on your behalf in case you can't, and minimize the taxes due after you die. A will is one of the most critical components of estate planning, and will save your family and loved ones time, stress, and money. A will is where you can name the people and organizations that you want to inherit your property.

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