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Most Americans do not have the essential legal documents needed for proper estate planning, such as wills and living wills, according to a new survey by the legal Web site FindLaw.com.
According to the survey, 55 percent of Americans do not have a will to specify the handling of their estate after they die. Two-thirds of Americans lack a living will in case they become incapacitated or terminally ill. In addition, those with a will often fail to keep the document updated.
Here is a sample of what a comprehensive estate plan can accomplish:
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