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Should I leave the same amount to all of my kids in my will?

One of the more difficult dilemmas for parents when making out their wills is whether or not to leave the same amount of cash and assets to each child. In a perfect world, the answer would be unequivocally, yes.

Legal battle over baking magnate's estate continues

If you need a good reason to update your will or other estate planning documents, look no further than the battle currently embroiling a late businessman's wife and his children from our neighboring Maryland. The businessman may have left substantial assets when he passed away some months ago, but his widowed wife's portrayal of his estate does not seem to match the picture that his children presented of his finances after his death.

Contesting a will requires specific criteria be met

When your loved one passes away, you might be ready to get the will read so that you can get everything finalized. In some cases, the will might not contain the information that people think it will contain. This realization could lead to someone contesting the will.

Planning an estate when you have adult children

As you are developing an estate plan, there are many questions that will come up. If you have adult children, the questions that you might struggle with the most are those that revolve around what each child should get. This is often something that can lead to serious disputes down the road.

Three tips to help in leaving inheritances

If you are in the process of creating an estate plan, or if you have already have one, deciding on how you will distribute money among beneficiaries can be a daunting task. After all, leaving a legacy is one of the most important things a person can do for his or her family. With many baby boomers poised to leave more than $30 trillion to heirs over the next 30 years, is a good problem to have.

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