Our Will County will, trust, and estate planning attorneys will ensure your estate plan is tailored to your plans and goals. We are proud of our above-and-beyond client service and our affordable rates.
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Will County Will & Trust Attorneys
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Will County trust attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the benefits of a good estate plan.
In this article and videoblog, our Will County trust lawyers explain how trusts can be used in your estate plan to:
Revocable and irrevocable trusts are also critical for accomplishing specialized goals which you can read about in the full article by our Will County will and trust attorneys.
Will County will and trust attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how to use trusts to prevent the necessity of probate when you pass.
Will County will lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains how trusts can be used to avoid probate when you pass. If you die owning any real estate outside of a trust or more than $100,000.00 in assets outside of at trust, your estate may be subject to ta costly and time consuming probate case. This can be a major stressor on both the executor and the family and can consume a significant amount of the assets you intend to leave to your loved ones. Our Will County trust attorneys explain how we use trusts to ensure that probate won't be necessary when you pass.
Will County trust attorney explains the tools that lawyers use to assist you in avoiding or minimizing your estate tax liability.
In this article, our Will County trust attorneys explain some of the techniques we use to avoid or minimize estate tax. We discuss how the use of trusts for each member of a married couple can essentially double the couple's estate tax exemption. We also teach about irrevocable life insurance trusts and grantor retained annuity trusts.