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This regularly updated elder care planning legal blog contains helpful insights for those thinking about the future of their elder parents, spouses, and other loved ones. This short and informative blog posts contain helpful tips on elder care planning, information about medicaid planning, frequently asked life care planning questions, and other useful elder care planning tidbits that could help you give comfortable golden years to your loved one.

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8/12/2010
Richard J. Habiger, J.D.
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Disinheriting a Child Requires Special Provisions

Disinheriting a child or other heir is an extreme measure and should be done only after much thought and care in drafting a Last Will or Trust if a person is going to avoid a court challenge to the estate plan. In Illinois this technically can be done by merely omitting the disinherited child's name. But this can lead to costly litigation. So additional language ought to be incorporated into the estate planning documents.

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