The Fundamentals of Estate Planning
A comprehensive estate plan empowers you to:
If you do not have a will when you pass away, State Laws (Statute) and/or the court system will decide who your heirs are and how much they receive.
Of US Adults Do Not Have A Will
Of US Adults Have Not Named A Healthcare POA Or Proxy
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A trusted advisor can simplify estate planning by coordinating the work of specialists in:
- Wills and trusts
- Charitable giving
- Investment management
- Retirement planning
- Tax strategies
- Business succession planning
- Insurance and risk management
- Borrowing and liquidity