Erik Carter


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The first thing to consider is whether there will be an estate at all, because of the cost of long-term care. You can wipe out an entire estate in just a few years of long-term care. If you have a will, your estate will go through probate court. It can cost thousands of dollars in legal and administrative fees, depending on the complexity of the estate and other
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Feb 16 2017
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