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While no one likes to dwell on the prospect of his or her own death, estate planning is extremely important, regardless of the size of your estate and assets. Estate planning allows you to ensure that your property will go to the people and organizations of your choosing, in the manner and time frame that you dictate.
Estate planning often involves:
When effectively developed, managed, and administered, estate planning can help you conserve, protect, and distribute your estate assets after your passing for the benefit of loved ones (family and friends) and charities.
Important in the preparation of effective estate planning is to take into account the impact state and federal tax laws will have on your estate, and how estate tax laws will affect the ones who you have left your property and assets to.
Estate planning should also include the use of and limitations of your estate assets for your future care should you be unable to manage your own affairs at any point during the course of your life.
From the beginning of the estate planning process, through carrying out the administration of the estate, and especially during estate litigation and probate issues, it is extremely important to know your legal rights, options, benefits of various estate related programs, and how to protect those rights for yourself and your designated beneficiaries.
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If you need to explore your Estate Planning options, we urge you to then seek the legal advice and representation of professional legal counsel to ensure your legal rights and options are both protected and aggressively represented.
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