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Privacy Please? Matthew Perry's Will Names the Executors of His Estate and a $1 Million Trust with a Legendary Hollywood Link

Estate planning is a difficult thing to grapple with since there are many unknowns and it's designed for a world that you are no longer a part of. Matthew Perry may not have cared whether his personal estate would be a matter of public record, but many celebrities and famous people prefer privacy. Estate plans designed within a lifetime trust, instead of a will, keeps your estate private, among many other benefits. Remember, your estate plan exists whether you choose to make one or not. Choose to understand your plan and build one that fits with your values and principals.

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