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It’s your will, so you can say whatever you want to say in it, or change any part of it, whenever you want to, right? Well, not quite. First, you’re bound to follow the prevailing laws of your state. Second, your will could be contested based on a claim that someone exercised “undue influence” over your decisions. Thus, your estate planning intentions, valid or not, may be defeated….By: Adler Pollock & Sheehan P.C.
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