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Review of Reviews: Trapped Between the URPTODA and the UPHPA: Probate Reforms to Bridge the Gap and Save Heirs Property for Modest-Wealth Decedents

Danaya C. Wright, professor of law, University of Florida Law in Gainesville, Fla.

The Legal Services Corporation estimates that low income Americans don’t receive adequate legal help for 92% of their substantial civil legal problems.1 The same survey indicates that 14% of those households experience issues with estate planning (not only issues with wills but also powers of attorney and health care directives). These are long-standing problems that, over the last two generations, have given rise to the “non-probate revolution,” which allows increasing amounts of

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