When you fail to do proper estate planning, those left behind can be devastated. Fortunately, we have free resources here for you. The planning advice of family and friends often does more harm than good as each person's estate, and therefore their estate planning needs, are different. As you may have read, a majority of Americans do not have a meaningful estate plan in place. Some surveys suggest that as many as 70% of American adults have no estate plan at all. Without at least a will in place, the ultimate decisions about how your estate will be distributed will be made by the government. Yet, with the proper estate plan in place, you can control how the estate is distributed and even avoid probate. We have placed solutions right here on this website for your estate planning problems. Free resources, articles and free telephone consultation if needed are all available to you now. You can begin planning to protect your family now.
Estate Planning - Is Now A Good Time to Plan?
You may wonder to yourself if now is the best time for you to plan. The short answer is yes. There is no better time than right now to plan for your family. No one can tell you when tragedy will strike. If tragedy strikes without the proper plan in place, your family could be devastated. Due to the uncertainty surrounding the estate tax, our approach is to build as much flexibility into your estate plan as we possibly can. Using creative strategies and cutting edge techniques, we build estate plans that adjust to changing circumstances. This way, as things change, your estate plan will too. We will work collaboratively with you, your financial advisor and your accountant to craft a customized plan that solves your specific estate planning issues.
Our mission is to offer you the best help available for your estates and trusts issues, and the tools and resources you need to build a comprehensive plan. The estate planning we offer focuses on creating customized solutions using creative strategies and great advice.
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