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Estate Planning as a Family Conversation

New York Times, March 2010
How families handle delicate issues depends both on the particular circumstances and the personalities involved. Sometimes it is best to have a series of talks, rather than covering everything all at once, Mr. Collier said. Or parents may talk to each child separately, rather than addressing them as a group. Afterward, he says, parents should ask, “What do you think?” Adult children “may have great ideas and opinions,” he said.

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