By: Frederick R. Franke, Jr. and Jack K. Beckett
Estate planning is an exercise in setting goals and objectives, then implementing a plan to meet those goals and objectives. To do it correctly, a plan must be fashioned to each individual situation rather than force the situation into a predetermined “solution.” Nevertheless, there are common parameters to all planning. This outline is intended to give you an introduction to some of these parameters.
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