Plan for tomorrow, today.
Everyone has an estate.
Everyone needs an estate plan.
Why not just a will?
Beneficiary designations on qualified retirement plans and life insurance policies usually override bequests made in wills or trusts. Many people never review the beneficiary designations on their retirement plan accounts and insurance policies, and the estate planning consequences of this inattention can be serious. Having an estate plan means keeping the estate plan updated, as time passes or changes happen in your family.
Where do you begin?
Four Steps to Valuing an Estate
Determining the value of an estate is a fundamental first step in estate management.
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