10 things to know about estate planning
Without a will, your estate doesn't automatically go to your spouse and children, but ends up being distributed according to the rules of your province.
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#1 Jun 11, 2012
The more I hear about trusts and estate planning the more I want to start doing it. http://www.mcginty-belcher.com/salem-oregon-s... I don't plan on dying anytime soon, but you never know. I don't want my passing to cause more stress than needs be so I should start my planning as soon as possible.
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