Why Should You Include Your Children Or Loved Ones When Making An Estate Plan?

Most view making an estate plan as a private activity that is between a lawyer and the client. There is a veil of confidentiality that allows one to keep their plan guarded and for their secrets to be taken to the grave. This may not be the best course of action as one may want to include their children or loved ones in on their estate plan.
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Evan Guthrie
Charleston , South Carolina
Estate, Trust Planning

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