Estate planning means creating a plan for the future for those you love. Estate planning can be used to preserve assets, minimize tax consequences, and create an income flow. Parents use estate planning to direct who will care for their children physically and financially in the event of a tragedy. Estate planning is also used to direct when and how much children will receive their inheritance.

Everyone needs a will, and some people need a trust. Wills and trusts allow you to direct how your assets will be distributed upon your death. A trust can be put in place to provide for the financial needs of another while you are alive, or upon your death. Wills and trusts can also be used to minimize taxes on your estate. Read the articles on our website for more general information about wills and trusts.

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