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April 18, 2007



I thought your attorneys views were shortsighted because in the event you would die in a common accident with your spouse you could not set the trust up and your heirs would suffer greatly. Since there is no disadvantange to setting it up now and having the peice of mind that your affair's are in order why not get it done? On the other hand if you dont set it up now and something would happen to you and your spouse in a common tradegy the attorney would probate your estate and inherit by virtue of fees a part of youe estate. HMMMM wonder why he recomends you wait.

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