ESTATE PLANNING: Wills usually provide for death of beneficiary – The Times – nwitimes.com


ESTATE PLANNING: Wills usually provide for death of beneficiary – The Times
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Per stirpes is Latin phrase used in estate planning. Essentially, it means that if a beneficiary dies, his share would go his children by representation. If the will says "to Bobby, per stirpes" Bobby's share would go to his kids if he isn't alive to

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