Our Rock Island County will and trust attorneys help you create an estate plan tailored to your needs utilizing wills, irrevocable and revocable trusts, special needs trusts and all other estate planning methods to help you reduce estate taxes, avoid probate and ensure your families needs are met when you pass.
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In this video, Rock Island County trust attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how trusts prevent the probate process when you pass.
In this article, our Rock Island County trust attorneys explain how the use of a trust can ensure that your estate avoids probate when you pass. Probate can be avoided by utilizing a revocable living trust and transferring your real estate and savings accounts into it during your lifetime. Other methods to use to avoid probate include:
In this video, Rock Island County trust lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains how revocable living trusts can be used to avoid probate when you pass.
Our Rock Island County trust attorneys explain what wills and trusts are and what they can do for your estate plan. Wills and trusts in Rock Island County are important documents that are used to pass on assets at the time of your
Rock Island County wills can be used to name a guardian for minors, while trusts like revocable living trusts can help you avoid a costly probate case and outline the inheritance you will pass onto any children.
In this video, Rock Island County trust attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the ways that lawyers can assist you in minimizing your estate tax liability.
In this article, our Rock Island County trust attorneys explain how we use trusts to help our clients minimize estate tax.
AB trusts allow married couples to use each other's estate tax exemptions. Our Rock Island County trust lawyers use Irrevocable Life Insurance Trusts to remove the death benefit of your life insurance policies from your taxable estate. Grantor retained annuity trusts, granted retained income trusts and grantor retained unitrusts allow assets to accumulate in value without the value being included in the taxable estate.