last will and testamentHave your clients been “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo” on Netflix? Have Kondo’s books (“The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” and “Spark Joy”) inspired them to declutter?

Chances are that your clients are among the millions now questioning whether each and every personal possession meets the “sparks joy” test in their lives. But chances are equally good that they haven’t spent any time at all considering what will happen to their prized possessions if something happens to them.

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