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Individuals in various professions may accumulate certain types of intangible assets that may create rather nebulous estate planning issues. One area that may pose a particular challenge involves so-called, intellectual property rights.
It is never too early to start preparing and with April 15th fast approaching, it is time to get down to business. A glance at the following questions and answers may give you some help in getting started.
While most people opt to have a lawyer draft their last will and testament, there is no requirement that an attorney do so. If you do opt to draft your own will, make sure to avoid the following five mistakes!