One-Time Planning Opportunity To Make 2012 Count
FREE Living Trust Planning Forum
Thursday, November 15, 2012, 7:00
pm- 8:15 pm
Fisher College, Elm Street, North Attleborough MA
Changes in estate planning law are
anticipated in 2013. There are steps you can take now to begin your plan to protect your funds, your family, and your future in this tax year and before
year end. "Once people learn about the many advantages living trusts provide over wills, they almost always choose a living trust for their estate planning," says presenter Robert Deschene.
With a last will and testament, the
probate court takes control of your assets, and after inevitable court delays, eventually distributes what remains (after taxes, court fees, and administrative
expenses) to your family. All of this private family business becomes part of the public record. Deschene
notes, "Why would you want to burden your family with this stress if there is a better alternative?"
A living trust is a far better alternative to a will. Besides avoiding the inconvenience and intrusions of probate, your living trust takes immediate control of all your assets if you die or become incapacitated, immediately manages that property for the benefit of your family, saves on estate taxes, and protects the property you leave to your family from being lost through
remarriage, creditor lawsuits, divorce, bankruptcy, or your family member’s own spendthrift ways. Unlike a will, a
living trust ensures that the hard-earned assets that you leave behind for your loved ones stay in your family for generations to come, and are used for the purposes you intended. A living trust is truly the gift that keeps on giving.
Attorney Robert Deschene, a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, WealthCounsel, Advisors Forum, and EstatePlanning.com will discuss how you can use a living trust before the end of tax year 2012 and answer your questions about this flexible planning
This seminar is FREE to the public, and will be held on Thursday, November 15, 2012, from 7:00 to 8:15 pm, at Fisher College in North Attleborough. Space is limited. Reserve your seat by calling 508-316-3853 or outside MA 800-347-1097, or by registering online at ww.deschenelaw.com, by opening the CONTACT US page, and commenting: "Save me a seat."
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