Who Gets the Stuff?

Myers, Melissa; Tucker, Michael
May 2012
Echo Magazine;5/10/2012, Vol. 23 Issue 17, p64
The article offers the authors' insights on some options for the distribution of LGBT's personal property after death. The authors suggest to make a list of specific items which will go to particular beneficiaries after signing a will. They say that some LGBT people should hire an estate liquidator to handle their property distribution. The also suggest to minimize chances of the beneficiaries over the property and have a will provision.


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