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C. Raymond Radigan and John G. Farinacci C. Raymond Radigan and John G. Farinacci

Coming to terms regarding inheritance concerns is a natural part of the process when divorcing spouses sit down to settle their legal and financial affairs in a written agreement. The interest in settling inheritance issues becomes particularly important to couples where there are children of the marriage and couples are confronted with the possibility that a subsequent remarriage will jeopardize the children’s or their own inheritance rights.

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