4 edition of Estate Planning Primer found in the catalog.
Estate Planning Primer
Ralph Gano Miller
by Viewplan Inc
Written in English
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Present estate planning documents to your clients in a professional binder with descriptive inserts on all elements of the estate plan. Book (Full Set) $ $ West's® Illinois Probate Act. Planning a client's estate can involve more than just the transfer of wealth from one generation to the next.
To draft a customized plan that achieves a client's unique goals, an estate-planning practitioner must understand the client's values and convictions and, in many cases, his or her religious beliefs.
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You’ll learn more about: • Sizing up your estate. • Tax laws that affect your estate. • The documents you’ll need. • Some common estate plan designs. • How your assets will transfer when you die.
• Designating beneficiaries. • How to get started on your plan. • Have your estate plan documents drafted or reviewed by your estate planning attorney. Reviewing your estate plan Even the most well-designed estate plan should be reviewed at regular intervals to help ensure that it still fits changing personal situations and goals.
Any of the following reasons should prompt a review of your estate plan. Protecting the estate – A properly constructed trust can protect the assets from the beneficiaries’ creditors and lawsuits.
Retaining control of your estate – When setting up the trust you can dictate how and when you want the estate to be used. Providing support for minor children or dependents with special needs.
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This book is precisely as advertised a simple to read, well organized primer on the basic elements of an estate plan. [return]Each chapter begins with a short overview of the topic to be covered beneficiaries, children, and wills for example.
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Wills and trusts: an estate-planning primer Find out the differences between these common estate planning documents and their functions. Estate planning can be difficult to think about, but it's something everyone eventually needs to do. An estate plan may be either will-based or trust-based.
Each type has advantages, but both are legitimate forms of estate planning. Estate laws and probate procedures vary throughout the United States, and a plan that works well for one person in.
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With COVID upon us, learn how you can create a will, living will, and other essential documents from the safety of your home. Do-it-yourself estate planning is not recommended, especially if your estate is complex enough to trigger financial, legal, and/or emotional issues among your heirs upon your passing.
Many people have the idea that they don’t need an estate plan because they aren’t “wealthy.” Keep in mind: money isn’t the only reason for an estate plan.Estate planning professionals often contend with ambiguities. A plan may need to be modified in the future when some development in family life occurs – and there are some estate planning tools that may help to provide that kind of flexibility.