We ensure all matters of the estate are taken care of to the letter. Our Moline estate administration attorneys help estate executors and trustees administer estates and give them guidance to ensure that their estate is managed effectively, and efficiently.
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Moline Estate Administration Attorneys
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In this video, Moline estate administration attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how trusts prevent the probate process when you pass.
In order to ensure your assets are taken care of and probate is avoided, establishing a trust can be a smart tactic when managing one's estate.
In this video, Moline estate administration lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains how revocable living trusts can be used to avoid probate when you pass.
Advantages of a Revocable Trust
In this video, Moline estate administration attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the ways that lawyers can assist you in minimizing your estate tax liability.
In addition to the taxes that you pay during your lifetime, both the federal and the Illinois state governments require your estate to pay a tax before passing to your heirs. The good news is that both the federal and state estate taxes are subject to exemptions.