Planning that goes beyond simple protection
Estate planning is more than identifying who will be a beneficiary of your money upon your passing. Estate planning includes current asset protection, knowing who will make important decisions if you are unable, as well as making sure your wealth is transferred as intended. Through our ongoing relationship with you, we monitor your financial situation and provide analysis and suggestions for estate plan updates as your life changes. Solid planning now will help you achieve your goals over the lifetime of the asset.
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Estate Planning Services
- Review documents routinely to keep your estate plan aligned with your goals
- Coordinate accuracy of financial account titling and beneficiary designations
- Collaborate with attorneys to help you develop your will, trust, durable power of attorney, and/or healthcare power of attorney as needed
- Family guidance and education
- Discuss impacts of inheritance on beneficiaries
- Propose and analyze lifetime gifting strategies
- Harmonize charitable giving initiatives during and after lifetime
- Generational wealth transfer guidance
- Long term services and support recommendations
- Charitable giving/family legacy coordination
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