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House calls

On a Friday evening, Amy Arnpriester cradled her 6-week-old son, Zachary, and headed out to the backyard of her suburban Boston home, where several couples were gathered around the picnic table. It was a typical late spring evening get-together, except for the will-signing going on inside the Arnpriesters' house.

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Post-mortem estate planning is often overlooked

While everyone expects that estate planning will take place before a client dies, many lawyers don’t realize that the year after death provides a window of opportunity for correcting any errors and making choices that can improve the tax consequences ...

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