Avoiding Estate Conflicts

Last week we looked at several ways you can avoid estate conflicts. This week we wanted to continue the discussion to look at some additional considerations that can greatly reduce the risk that estate litigation might arise out of your estate plan. If creating a plan that will avoid estate conflicts is important to you, there are several issues you will want to be aware of as you go about the process of creating your plan.  Choose Responsible Representatives A good estate plan will rely upon one or more people in key positions. These representatives will be called upon to perform important tasks, such as managing your property while you are incapacitated, or ensuring your estate is protected throughout the probate process. A good representative will meet his or her duties without difficulty, protecting you and your interests when called upon. On the other hand, a poorly chosen representative can be a disaster. Someone who is unable to manage your affairs responsibly, or in a profess


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