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Understanding the Estate Planning Process

Your Resource for Wills, Trusts, Estate Taxes+

Estate Planning is one the most critical financial decisions we make for ourselves and our families, yet many people don’t even have a basic will.  There is a common miss-conception that it is only necessary to have a will if you have substantial assets, or if you have children to protect.

Everyone should have at least a basic will.  The time and financial investment associated with creating a basic will are minimal and well worth the feeling of relief associated with knowing you and your family are protected.  Arlene Keating can help simplify the process and get this nagging task off of your to do list.  Call today for an appointment, whether you need to establish a new will or you have more extensive estate planning needs.

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Arlene M. Keating LLC

Attorney at Law
450 Main Street
West Newbury, MA 01985
arlene@arlenemkeatingllc.com
978-363-1400

Estate Planning | Arlene Keating, Attorney-at-Law, Newbury, MA
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