When you think of your estate, the first thing that comes to mind is probably your will. And while a will is a good starting point, it really only scratches the surface of the larger estate planning conversation. By properly considering today the implications of tomorrow, we seek out answers to some of our client’s deepest questions.
A complete estate plan should identify who will make decisions for you when you can’t. It should identify and reward the charitable causes that matter most to you and your family. We believe that it should minimize the shrinkage of your estate by taxes and probate. And it should, whenever possible, seek to create good inheritors by providing a platform for open dialogue.
No one can predict what will happen in the future with absolute certainty. With a clear and detailed Estate Plan, your family will gain peace of mind knowing that your intentions are documented for your family and estate, no matter what the future might bring.
Here are a few ways to learn more.