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Estate planning goes beyond wills and trusts

Estate planning often involves thinking ahead and making many decisions. Though, after deciding how one wants one's estate to be managed and where various assets should go, there is still another step to take. Even if one's wills, trusts, and accounts are all in order, one's family members may have difficulty managing one's estate if they cannot find this important information.

Unique estate plan names actors as beneficiaries

Some people may be quite surprised when they hear how one man chose to divide up his estate. The man was single and reportedly had no family or children. According to the man's attorney, "He was a loner, and a lot of neighbors didn't know who he was." So, when a person does not have any living family to will his estate and assets to, who does he choose?

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