If any clients need proof of the importance of revisiting their estate plans annually, consider the case of a wealthy family that sold its retailing business to Best Buy.
A state Superior Court judge ruled in July that two estranged daughters of Len Tweten of Palm Desert, Calif., the founder of Magnolia Audio Visual, must await their father's death before they can receive their mother's half of the couple's $100 million estate.
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