Should you include a “No Contest” Clause in your Will or Trust?

Do you plan to make UNEQUAL distributions to your kids?  Are you worried that one or more of your children may challenge your estate plan or any particular transfer or change in beneficiary you have made, or a particular loan arrangement you have made with a child who has stepped up to help you?  If so, you may want to include a "no contest" clause in your estate plan documents.  But absent concerns like these, the clause may do more harm than good.  Read full article: No Contest Clauses

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