With the end of the year fast approaching, now is the time to fine tune your estate plan before you get caught up in the chaos of the holiday season. One area that married couples should revisit is their estate planning documents.
The year-end is coming up and planning for 2018 should be underway at most companies. If you haven't started yet, or if you have, I think one quick story might be instructive about why it's a good idea to include your general counsel in the process.
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