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Estate Planning Is Important for People Without Children

By Debbie Carlson Fifty-six percent of Americans say they do not have a will. A 2016 Gallup survey said a majority of Americans haven’t designated how their estate should be divided after their death. For people who have children, state laws generally designate belongings to go to a spouse or kids if there’s no will, says Patrick Simasko of Simasko Law, an attorney who specializes in elder law and estate planning in Mount Clemens, Michigan. Read the full article here:… Read More

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