Estate planning is important, no matter how small your estate may be. It allows you, while you are still living, to ensure that your property will go to the people you want, in the way you want and when you want. It permits you to save as much as possible on taxes, court costs and attorneys’ fees, and it affords the comfort that your loved ones can mourn your loss without being simultaneously burdened with unnecessary red tape and financial confusion.
Many people avoid proper estate planning because they do not like thinking about death, but many do not realize the peace of mind that it can provide to you and your family. To learn more in a no-cost, no-obligation consultation, call Cranwell & Moore P.L.C. at 540-904-1621 or toll free at 888-635-6304.
Estate planning is generally considered to be the process by which people develop a plan that ensures that the assets they have worked so hard accumulating during their lifetime are protected and distributed to those they love. Without proper estate planning, the IRS may stand to inherit a large portion of your assets. Fortunately, it’s not too late to write the IRS out of your will, and we can help you implement a variety of advanced tax strategies to keep your assets where they belong: with your family. We can also act as personal representatives of a loved one’s estate in handling the procedural complexities of estate administration. Our estate planning and administration practice includes:
- Powers of attorney