Heather Richardson, Associate Vice President at TD Wealth, speaks with Kim Parlee about some concerns that members of the LGBTQ2+ community may encounter with estate planning and how they might address them.
Georgia Swan, a tax and estate planner at TD and former family lawyer talks to Kim Parlee about the risks of using kitchen table separation agreements.
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