First Things First: A Last Will And TestamentDon Dunn
When Chase Manhattan Bank Vice-President Tamara Telesko counsels her private banking clients about estate planning, she encounters little resistance to complex trust arrangements or joint-tenant property ownership. "But start talking about the need for a will, and people shy away," she says. "Some won't even think about one until they're hit by the death of a close friend."
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