Estate Planning

Estate planning is the process whereby a person prepares for and arranges for the disbursement of his or her estate upon death.  It is important to have an Estate Plan in place that reflects your exact wishes, while at the same time has the necessary flexibility to accommodate any changes in assets you might experience.

In addition to making sure one’s dying wishes are fulfilled, estate planning can help to reduce or eliminate certain taxes and expense and can eliminate difficulties and delays in the distribution of one’s assets if he or she dies without a will (also known as dying intestate).   Estate planning is usually accomplished through any of the following documents, either acting alone or in conjunction with one another:  a last will and testament, living will, power of attorney, or a trust.


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