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The Missing Piece of Your Estate Plan

By: Sarah Maria Driesbach, JD

Successful estate planning attorneys create plans that effectively assist their clients in passing down their wealth. However, does your counseling include educating families regarding how money can and does influence childhood development and psychological well-being? If not, you should consider incorporating this into your discussion with your clients.

Don’t let the children of your clients become part of this injured group. Instead, spend the time to effectively counsel your clients on how to use their hard-earned wealth to give a child a step-up in life instead of leaving him or her with a handicap.

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