As advisors, it’s important to be sensitive to our clients’ unique values and objectives. In many cases, a client’s planning considerations are motivated by their religious beliefs. In fact, there’s perhaps no area of law in which such beliefs are more relevant and applicable than estate planning, in which foundational decisions such as guardianship selection, health care preferences, end-of-life care choices, charitable giving and disposition of assets on death are often impacted by
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