10 November 2011 by

Trusts and Estates Alert

What is the difference between estate planning and a will?

In essence, a Will is an essential component of an estate plan, but estate planning is far more encompassing and relates to your estate both before death as well as after death. An estate plan can never be complete without a Will.

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