If you have minor children, or children of any age with special needs, estate planning takes on a heightened importance. If you die intestate, or without an estate plan in place, your children inherit from your estate. Minor children cannot inherit directly. Without an estate plan you have no control over who will control your child’s inheritance.
Learn more about estate planning for parents with minor children in this presentation.
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