Estate planning: 10 must-have documents

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When planning for the future, it’s essential to have all your documents in order. This blog describes 10 documents parents should have in their estate-planning materials. As a general rule, keep your estate planning documents in a safe place, which is readily accessible in the event they are needed. Parents of children with special needs should also use a binder that contains all the information that future caregivers will need to carry on after the parents are gone. (posted June 14, 2012)

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