As financial planners and advisors, we routinely request that the drafter of the client estate-planning documents provide the appropriate language for beneficiary designations that apply to life insurance, qualified plans and individual retirement accounts at custodian entities. These attorneys sometimes offer to complete the beneficiary designation form for the client IRA account custodians. But, how often is any effort made to confirm that the custodian will follow the implementation scheme
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