It is one thing to meet with an attorney to put an estate plan in place; it is another thing entirely to make sure the work is done after the plan is in place to keep the plan valid and effective. This often is one of the most difficult concepts to understand for many people, and many times a very effective plan gets a substantial wrench thrown into it simply because this advice isn’t followed.

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