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If you anticipate a taxable estate prior to 2010, then you should address estate planning.

We fully readdressed it --- right before they changed the law. We're in an addressing mode more often because we review each time one of our kids turns 18 or 21. Unfortunately the last one will turn 21 in 2008 so we'll be reviewing then and then in 2011, I suspect.

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