A Brief Overview Of The Explanatory Letter View Site

Once you have created all of the essential documents that should be included in a solid estate plan including a Last Will and Testament, Living Trust, General Power of Attorney, and Advance Healthcare Directive, to name a few you might find that some decisions and loose ends need to be clarified. Fortunately, there is a perfect opportunity to accomplish this through the explanatory letter. This document is not legally binding and is meant as an informal complement to your straightforward, thorough estate-planning documents.

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