As estate planners, we’re accustomed to asking our clients for personal information, such as their finances and family dynamics, to obtain a good grasp of their estate-planning goals. Without such questions and forthright answers, a planner would be at a loss in terms of how to appropriately plan for their clients. The result of this dialogue is the foundation of any well thought-out estate plan. One of a planner’s ultimate objectives is to create a plan that works under any set
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