Estate Planning Lawyer

An estate planning lawyer can help you manage the future of your property and finances. A good estate planning attorney will minimise your expenses and tax liabilities whilst ensuring you retain control of your finances, taxes and medical plans.

Estate planning lawyers spesialize in areas of estate law including elder law, guardianship, power of attorney, probate, trusts, wills and living wills.

Philadelphia Wills and Living Wills Lawyer

1500 Market Street #12 Philadelphia PA, Philadelphia 19102
(267) 314-7506

South Portland Estate Planning Lawyer

238 Western Ave, South Portland, ME 04106, United States, South Portland 04106
207-360-8889

California Estate Planning Lawyer

511 E 1st St Suite H, Tustin, CA, USA, California 92780
0949 317 4600

Arizona Estate Planning Lawyer

7319 North 16th Street, Phoenix, AZ, Arizona 85020
602-870-9700

California Estate Planning Lawyer

3733 Rosemead Blvd #201 Rosemead, CA , California 91770
(626) 307-2800

Pennsylvania Estate Planning Lawyer

1000 N Providence Rd Media, PA, Pennsylvania 19063
6105659010

Woodstock Estate Planning Lawyer

2230 Towne Lake Parkway Building 1200, Suite 120 Woodstock, GA, Woodstock 30189
(678) 250-9355

Roseville Estate Planning Lawyer

300 Harding Boulevard Suite 205 Roseville, CA 95678 United States, Roseville 95678
916-790-0852

Colorado Real Estate Lawyer

11479 S Pine Dr, Colorado 80134
(303) 840-2431

Texas Estate Planning Lawyer

950 Gemini Ave #6 Houston, TX , Texas 77058
(281) 218-0880

Altoona Personal Injury Lawyer

321 8th St. SW, Altoona, Iowa, Altoona 50009
515-212-4000

San Antonio Family Lawyer

Law Firm of Joseph Lassen, 18911 Hardy Oak Blvd., Suite 239, San Antonio 78258
2106256540

Mankato Personal Injury Lawyer

196 St Andrews Dr #100, Mankato, MN, Mankato 56001
(507) 344-8888

Arizona Business Lawyer

123 North Centennial Way Suite #205 Mesa Arizona, Arizona 85201
(602) 687-5851

Tacoma Estate Planning Lawyer

950 Pacific Ave Suite 1050, Tacoma, WA 98402, United States, Tacoma 98402
2538437180

Sacramento Estate Planning Lawyer

650 University Avenue Suite 113 Sacramento CA, Sacramento 95825
916-525-7980

Columbus Bankruptcy and Debt Lawyer

35 E Gay St, UNIT 515, Columbus 43215
(614) 929-5183

Greensboro Criminal Defense Lawyer

436 Spring Garden St, Greensboro, NC , USA , Greensboro 27401
336-379-0539

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Minimizing Estate Tax for Singles

If you were married, the tax code allows for portability, or the ability to share exemptions with your spouse. With a timely filed estate tax return after the death of the first spouse, you can effectively utilize your deceased spouse’s unused exemption amount. However, if you are single with no plans for marrying in the near future, the planning strategies require a bit more creativity. Continue reading →

Time to Spring Clean Your Estate Plan

Not unlike our homes and yards, our estate plans may be in need of a spring cleanup too! If it has been a few years since you have visited with your estate planning attorney, now is the perfect time to review your plan to ensure that your documents are up to date. Continue reading →

It Pays to be Married: an Explanation of the Unlimited Marital Deduction and Portability

It pays to tie the knot, at least according to the IRS. The unlimited marital deduction is a provision in the U.S. Estate and Gift Tax Law that allows individuals to transfer an unrestricted amount of assets to their spouse at any time, free from tax. The unlimited marital deduction is considered an estate preservation tool because assets can be distributed to surviving spouses without incurring any estate or gift tax liability. Continue reading →

Avoid Tax Traps When Giving Assets to Grandchildren

Generation Skipping Transfer Tax (GSTT) is the tax imposed on transfers made to grandchildren, or individuals (other than a spouse) who are at least 37 ½ years younger than the donor of the gift. GSTT sounds complicated, and can be complicated, but the concept is simple. The tax was instated in 1976 to prevent wealthy individuals from leaving assets to their grandchildren as a way to avoid estate taxation twice – once when they leave assets to their children and then again when their children leaves assets to their children. Continue reading →

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