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Leaving instructions in wills for beneficiaries

By now, most people across the country, including Massachusetts, have heard about the passing of the famous playboy Hugh Hefner. While many may not have agreed with his lavish and somewhat scandalous lifestyle, some individuals may be surprised to find themselves...

How getting remarried affects your estate plan

You're older, and you know that getting remarried wasn't always in your plan. Despite that, you've found a partner you can't live without, and you'd like to make it official.One thing you should think about before tying the knot is your estate plan. When you get...

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