Written by attorney Matthew W Harrison | Oct 16, 2019

Why Recording an Estate Plan Often Isn’t a Good Idea

Several years ago, publicly recording Wills or other estate planning instruments was simply the way things were accomplished. Many people automatically assume that the first step after creating an estate plan is file with the court or record the documents. It often is not what should happen.

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