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The Best Estate Plan is No Match for Unprepared Heirs

Both estate planners and their clients benefit from estate planning family mediation. Prepared heirs are less likely to create or sustain conflict within a family or against the estate planning attorney. Estate planners who reinforce estate planning family mediation with their clients reduce the chances for unresolved misunderstandings and disputes, and increase opportunities to protect family unity and wealth.

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