In a previous segment we identified the four parts of an estate plan. Now let’s look at one of those parts in more detail. The Last Will and Testament states who you want to receive assets from your estate after you death. Often people think their intentions are simple, and that a simple online form can save them time and money. In this episode we identify just a few of the risks involved with do-it-yourself online forms.


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