What Your Will Can't Do
Your Will Does Not Control These Assets
It Doesn't Have to Be All or Nothing
You can name us as a contingent beneficiary of your retirement plan assets or life insurance policies. That way we benefit only if your primary beneficiary is no longer living.
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