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Passing without an estate plan

If you die without a will or a revocable living trust, your assets will pass to close family members in a manner that the Minnesota legislature has determined. However, there are some assets that will pass by beneficiary designations too. In effect, you have multiple estate plans in place.

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Fair and Equal Estate Planning