Planning Key For Passing On Illiquid Assets

by Marty Cook  on Monday, Sep. 7, 2015 12:00 am   5 min read

Jennie Clark Stewart, of Kutak Rock in Little Rock, advises estate planning in order to avoid winding up in court. (Karen E. Segrave)

Estate planning may be a simple, two-page will and testament that specifies who gets the savings account balance and the 2005 Toyota Camry. The deceased's assets can range from cash to shares of stock to rental houses to acres of land.

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