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Overcoming the Great Divide

Include clear instructions for executors over the division of personal property.

Loss of a parent is one of the most stressful and emotionally challenging experiences in life, and coupled with a family’s dissension over “things,” it can, unfortunately, create unwelcome conflict or even chaos and resentment that divides families. Consequently, dividing personal property can be a draining and overwhelming process for the executor or trustee.

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