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Estate planning is vital

Most likely, you have a will. Does it need to be updated? How about a living will for medical emergencies -- do you have one? Take time to get these important papers in order. It's a gift to your family. And, if you die without a will, the state becomes your executor.

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It's never too early to make a living will, What is a will?, Preparing a will, What in the world is a trust?, Beware trust scams, Getting a will through probate, Estate executor: No job for amateurs, Setting up a charitable trust

-- Posted: Jan. 20, 2003

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