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Tips to help you minimize potential inheritance conflicts

Everyone has heard one or two horror stories about families being torn apart over inheritance conflicts. When you are gone, you will no longer be able to influence your beneficiaries, so it makes sense to address potential areas of conflict while you are of sound mind and body.

How can I ensure my special needs child is cared for if I die?

Unlike most heirs and beneficiaries, those with special needs will need extra protection upon your death. This is especially important if you are the child's sole provider. However, even those with a spouse or co-parent will want to address these unusual estate planning matters sufficiently in order to make certain the child remains protected and provided for throughout his or her life.

Making the decision to contest a loved one's will

As estate planning and probate attorneys, we know how hard it is to lose someone you love. Most of us experience overwhelming feelings of grief and loss that can last a long time. We also realize that an unsatisfactory or disappointing final will can add to the stress people feel after a family death.

When you need legal help, we are here for you.

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