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Estate PlanningAt the heart of every estate plan is what the client holds dearest: children, spouse, life partner, or friend; faith or community organization; even pets. Working around this, a successful plan considers the risks and challenges that may be faced, such as death or illness, and seeks to prepare for these.



When we help you with your estate planning, we create documents that convey your intentions for your assets after death, identify those responsible for settling any debts and distributing your assets, and express your preferences with regard to your care if you become disabled before death. Typical estate documents include wills, trusts, healthcare and financial powers of attorney, and living wills.




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12 Tips For Choosing A Guardian For Your Children

While it’s difficult enough to think about not being there to raise your children, imagine a court choosing their guardian with no input from you. Imagine your relatives arguing in ...

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529 Plans

Named after the Section of the Internal Revenue Code that creates them, Section 529 plans are unique, tax favored educational savings vehicles. Section 529 plans permit you to pre-fund up ...

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The Six Most Common Estate Planning Myths

I am too young to worry about estate planning. Anyone in their 40s, 30s or even 20s is not too young to consider estate planning. Generally people in these age groups ...

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A Values-Based Approach to Preserving a Family Legacy - Part

In Part II we discussed ways to transfer wealth to our children. We also met Tom and Sally Ray. Tom is a cardiologist and Sally recently returned to work as ...

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Probate Process

One of the great mysteries in estate planning is probate. Many people believe that if you are married a probate is unnecessary. Others believe that probate can be avoided by ...

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Lifetime Gifting Program

A lifetime gifting program allows you to avoid gift, estate and generation-skipping transfer tax on transferred assets. Under the Internal Revenue, Code, you can transfer up to $13,000 per year, ...

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Your Durable Power of Attorney

What is a Power of Attorney? Do you have a Power of Attorney? This document allows another to represent you and act on your behalf to deal with typical financial matters. ...

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Family Limited Liability Company

A limited liability company can provide significant asset protection for assets owned by the entity in the event of a lawsuit against an individual member of the company. When a ...

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