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How to Transfer an LLC Into a Trust in Georgia.

How to Transfer an LLC Into a Trust in Georgia

If you own an interest in a limited liability company, commonly known as an LLC, transferring the LLC into a carefully drafted trust as part of your estate plan may provide substantial benefits. But before you make the decision, it is essential to ge… Read More
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How to put my house in a trust in Georgia?

How To Put My House in a Trust in Georgia

Trusts are an important estate planning tool that can accomplish specific goals for a person who creates an estate plan. A trust must be created through a complex legal document before property can be transferred into the trust. The method for transf… Read More
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Estate Planning for Small Business Owners.

Estate Planning for Small Business Owners in Georgia

If you own a small business, your estate planning goals should include addressing matters relating to disposition of your business interest, as well as business succession and continuity of the business. The related documents in your estate plan can… Read More
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Common Estate Planning Mistakes

Estate planning is one of the most important steps you can take to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your assets during your life and after your death. Yet many people make mistakes that prevent them from taking advantage of all the protections… Read More
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Does Sunset of the Current Federal Estate and Gift Tax Exemption Affect Your Estate Plan?

For 2024, the lifetime federal estate and gift tax exemption stands at $13.61 million per person. In the absence of Congressional action, the exemption will be roughly cut in half — to about $7 million per person — on January 1, 2026, due to suns… Read More
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Estate planning for special needs at a home office.

Estate Planning For Special Needs Families

If your family includes a special needs child or special needs adult, estate planning is a crucial priority. Special needs planning may protect the assets of the child or adult and ensure that they do not lose eligibility for government benefits. Due… Read More
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A daughter talking with one of her aging loved ones about her estate planning.

Talking With Your Aging Loved Ones About Estate Planning and Other Concerns

As your loved ones age, they focus increased attention on specific concerns about their well-being and the future. You can provide substantial, meaningful support by talking with your aging loved ones about estate planning for seniors and other criti… Read More
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Estate planning for seniors who are newly married.

Estate Planning for Seniors Who Are Newly Married

As you approach your 60’s or even your 50’s individuals who celebrate a new marriage need to be attentive to the unique estate concerns that arise when marrying late in life. Those concerns should be addressed by making certain that each senior h… Read More
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Understanding Fiduciary Duties

Fiduciary duties are a key principle in estate planning, elder law, and asset protection planning. When you designate a fiduciary or are asked by a loved one to serve in a fiduciary capacity, it is essential to understand the nature of fiduciary duti… Read More
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Is a Trust the Right Estate Planning Choice for You?

When you make an estate plan, you want to make certain that your loved ones benefit from your financial legacy to the greatest extent possible. There are several different estate planning strategies for passing your assets along to your loved ones af… Read More
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