Estate planning is a lifetime process. Changes in tax law, family, and wealth mean that your plan is always in need of review.
The complexities of our society and the tax laws require careful planning to ensure your objectives for your estate are carried out as you intended and as efficiently as possible. Objectives change as life and financial situations change, so monitoring them is imperative for a successful transfer of assets to your loved ones or other beneficiaries.
Our team of professionals know what questions to ask and how to address regulatory reporting requirements. Whether your beneficiaries include family, trusts, or charities, the proper allocation of your assets to those beneficiaries is your primary goal; a goal we are experienced at helping our clients achieve.
Some common basic concerns include:
- Providing for and protecting loved ones
- Minimizing estate taxes
- Providing adequate estate liquidity
- Competent management of assets
- Directing disposition of assets as intended
We're here to help you with estate planning advice, administrative services for estates and trusts, including compliance reporting as well as business valuations.