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Do I have grounds to contest my parent's will?

Losing a parent is a very difficult thing to go through. Knowing that you only have their memory left, you will want to make sure that their memory is preserved, and you may have expectations about what you will be able to do in the future to make this possible. For example, you may have talked in the past with your siblings about keeping the family home or setting up a charity in a parent's honor.

Steps for incorporating a business

If you are starting the new year with ambitions to start your own business, you should make sure that you combine your vision for the future with actions in the present. You probably already have a good idea of your business idea and how you would like it to grow in the next few years.

Siblings may fight over money they wanted for retirement

When siblings do not get as much money in their parents' estate plan as they wanted, they sometimes get caught up in estate disputes. The bequests may be inequal, for instance, leaving one child more than the other. That child who got less will then take their brother or sister to court for the money they want.

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