Whether anticipated or not, the death of a loved one is both an ending and a beginning. This article concerns the latter and discusses a set of risks often misunderstood by families and their advisors as they navigate the dual realities death sets in motion around estate settlement and grieving. This cluster of risks is essentially about specific relational dangers that can have damaging effects on family life and set the stage for downstream degradation of wealth through ...

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