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It’s no surprise that challenges to a decedent's will or trust are on the rise due, in part, to growing financial portfolios, higher rates of blended families, and an ever-increasing transient society where family members often live in different states. The question becomes, what can estate planners do in advance to minimize the risk of litigation arising out of their clients’ estate plans? Learn some common probate litigation triggers (and how to avoid them) by reading the article, “What Every Estate Planner Should Know About Probate Litigation.”