So, how does one help ensure that your own inheritors land safely on the “blessings” side? The author recommends family “open communication” and “teamwork” between and among family members, as well as intergenerational.

While the article is written from the perspective of an “inheritor,” there is much to glean from it when planning your own estate. One thing is certain: the failure to prepare your loved ones for their inheritance, then to protect them from it (and it from them) can be hazardous to your inheritors and to your wealth.

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Philip J. Kavesh
Nationally recognized attorney helping clients with customized estate planning guidance for over 40 years.
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