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Estate Planning

Estate Planning

A Matter of Trust

Although many people equate estate planning with having a will, there are many advantages to a trust rather than a will as the centerpiece of your estate plan. Only a trust provides comprehensive management of your property in the event you can’t make financial decisions for yourself (commonly called legal incapacity) or after your death. […]

Estate Planning

An Estate Plan as Unique as You Are

As Ben Franklin famously said, “Nothing is certain but death and taxes.” A good estate plan can help you experience certainty with both. Ensuring that you have all of the documents you need for a comprehensive estate plan helps protect you as well as your family. In going through this process, you may have questions

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