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How to discuss a parent's estate plan

Every relationship between parents and their adult children is different, but one thing may always remain awkward no matter how close (or distant) they may be. Broaching the topic of estate planning can just as troubling for adult children as talking about sex was for their parents. Despite how uncomfortable it can be for both parties, there is a method to the madness, and we will give some helpful tips through this post.

Keep heirs from fighting over your estate

There's not always a way to keep your estate completely out of probate -- in some cases, probate is simply the process by which your estate is executed legally. But there are things you can do to minimize the chance that heirs will end up in long court battles, fighting over who receives what or how you really meant the inheritance to go.

Leaving a legacy of life with organ donation

Whether or not you decide to leave part of your body to someone else is an intensely personal decision. If you're already considering estate planning and other matters, then you might want to put some thought into organ donation. Just as the physical assets you've accumulated through your life can be left to help your friends and family in the future, your organs can be left to provide someone else with a chance at life.

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