Those who take the time to create an Estate Plan usually desire to 1) keep its provisions private and 2) to ensure that no beneficiary can alter the plan after the creator’s death. Sometimes the desire to maintain privacy backfires and produces unanticipated consequences or even result in litigation! If you’d like to learn more, click here for the third article in the AAEPA’s series on common mistakes in estate planning.
Alternatively, please feel free to browse our articles on what happens if you die without an estate plan or planning for pets.
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