Efficient estate planning means effectively covering all of “the bases.” In the past, this would have included going through the process of creating a health directive, designating power of attorney, the creation of… Read More
When Do You Need a Revocable Trust? You may have been told that you need to protect your assets by placing them into a “trust”. While there are many types of trusts, the… Read More
Estate Planning is a necessary consideration for all individuals and families, regardless of age or net worth. A simple, yet often overlooked tool to be used in coordination with an estate plan is… Read More
When counseling parties who are drafting their Will and/or Trust, I often advise that they should consider writing a letter to their heirs, meant to be read after death, advising of specific issues… Read More
Estate planning vehicles such as Wills and Trusts are necessary and useful options for many Arkansas residents. However, there is a simple tool most people can put into place immediately: having your bank… Read More
You may have been told by an accountant, financial advisor, insurance agent, attorney, or other trusted advisor that you need to protect your assets by placing them into a “trust”. While there are… Read More
For 2009, the exclusion is $3.5 million per person.