Good estate planning is simply making sure that the financial assets that are most important to you and your family -- no matter how much or how little -- go to the intended recipients as quickly, cheaply, and easily as possible.
Estate planning involves managing money and property during life and passing it to survivors after death. Know what the basic estate planning documents can do.
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