ESTATE PLANNING: When a loved one’s faults need to be recognized – nwitimes.com


ESTATE PLANNING: When a loved one’s faults need to be recognized
nwitimes.com
You have the right to exclude anyone from your estate plan. Except for a spouse, none of us have a legal or moral right to someone else’s estate. If the issue is to the point that you need to completely exclude someone, do it. I’m sure it won’t be easy

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