There is no question that most people appear quite serious about preparing an estate plan that can get passed along to future generations. The intention is all there but too many people still seem to find ways to mess it up entirely.
According to Larry J. Tolbert, regional vice president of Householder Group, an independent financial-planning firm (www.thgaz.com), there are four common ways to botch up the plan:
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