Estates and Trusts
Many people think they don’t need a will or a trust or they put off estate planning because they don’t want to think about death. A good estate plan considers what you want to do with all your property, including real estate, personal property, insurance policies, retirement accounts, business interests and other property. It minimizes taxes and protects assets from creditors so your heirs get as much as possible. If you have minor or special needs children, it also enables you to choose their guardians and trustees and set aside funds for them.
Every month our blog will address issues you should consider as part of your estate plan to ensure your assets and loved ones are protected.
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