Where There's a Will

Lewers, Christine
August 2003
Indiana Business Magazine;Aug2003, Vol. 47 Issue 8, p17
Offers information on the basics of estate planning for residents of Indiana. Understanding of what a will does and does not do; Division of the assets of those who die intestate between a surviving spouse and any children; Selection of a lawyer; Determination of estate-planning goals; Federal exemption for estate taxes; Establishment of a testamentary trust.


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