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Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Are Your Affairs in Order?

The best time to do a will or your estate planning is when you are not under any pressure to get it done. Too many of my clients are coming to see me when illness has already affected their lives. Too many of the people coming to see me are the spouses and family members of deceased individuals that never took the time to set up their estate plan.
Consider seeing an estate planner now, when it is not a necessity, but just a smart way to take care of business for you and your family.

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