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You work hard to provide for your family and it is dangerous to risk all that effort by exposing your hard-earned assets and your family's security, to unnecessary financial losses associated with poor estate planning. If you own a houseess, boat or possess savings, your estate may incur some measure of tax liability. This is especially true considering the persistence of inflation and higher taxes, both of which create taxable estates, on the federal as well as state level. An estate plan may be as simple as a will or as sophisticated as interlocking irrevocable trusts with diverse powers of appointment.

The bottom line is the same - a careful and prudent estate plan can save you and your family significant time and money by maximizing your estate's tax avoidance and minimizing unnecessary probate expenses. In this way, you leave more to your family and loved ones, and tailor the distribution of your assets to the individual needs of your family.



 

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