Mrs. Doubtfire's Estate Planning Mess

You remember him from Saturday Night Live and Mrs. Doubtfire, but we can learn something about estate planning from Robin Williams, too. When he died unexpectedly last year, William's estate plan was out dated and unclear- leaving a mess behind for his family.

It's not just Robin Williams' who fell behind on his planning. Check out the Forbes magazine article below for estate planning lessons from other celebrities (including Casey Kasem, Phillip Seymore Hoffman and Michael Chrichton):

Rich and famous, or not- A thoughtful and up to date estate plan can bring you peace of mind, ensure your wishes are carried out, and promote harmony among your family after you're gone.

About the Author

Neal Rice | Rice Law FirmNeal is a former Army Officer turned estate planning, real estate & business law attorney.  He is the founding attorney of the Rice Law Firm, in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Outside of work, Neal enjoys time with his wife and family, serving his church, boating, traveling, and a good Philly cheese steak. You can email Neal at, or visit the Rice Law Firm.

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