Elderly grandmother in wheelchair with granddaughter in spring nature.

Talking to Your Family About Estate Planning, Aging, and Illness

All too often, clients learn about their deceased parent’s relationship with another person only after receiving a copy of that parent’s will. Others find themselves embroiled in probate litigation trying to protect their deceased parents’ assets and business interests from step-parents or other family members. Unfortunately, deceased relatives don’t talk and can’t answer any questions.

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