Clients often walk in the door with a relatively predetermined idea about how they’d like to leave assets to their children. But for advisors, it is important to help clients take into account the issues they might not have considered on their own, or may not have considered important when developing their plan.

As an attorney and estate planning specialist, I often find that the situation might not be as straightforward as clients initially think.

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