Three Memphians indicted for will forgery

According to the Commercial Appeal, Sandra Richards, Beverly Prye, and Avis Langford-Brannon have been indicted for forgery, tampering with evidence and aggravated perjury. The charges stem from Richards introduction of the will of the late state representative Ulysses Jones Jr. The will left almost everything to Richards and was witnessed by her two friends Prye and Langford-Brannon. Jones’s children challenged the will and two handwriting experts agreed that Jones’s signature on the will was not genuine.

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How to talk about estate planning

Forbes explores how to talk about estate planning. Conversation starters:

  • “In case something happens to me”
  • “We’re not getting any younger”
  • “Now that we’re parents”
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