Everyone has unique goals for estate planning, which may include providing for minor children, setting aside funds for a loved one’s long-term care, building generational wealth or supporting a favorite cause.
Experienced Asset Protection Attorneys
If your estate planning priorities include protecting wealth from creditors, there are many potential asset protection measures to consider. At Gold Law Firm, LLC, we can help you assess and implement a variety of asset protection tools, including:
- Corporate structures
- Discretionary trusts and life insurance trusts
- Retirement plans
- Prenuptial agreements
There is a common misconception that asset protection planning is only for the very wealthy. However, unexpected claims against an estate can come in many forms, including lawsuits, debt, disability or bankruptcy. Our attorneys draw on years of experience handling estates of all sizes to help you determine what measures are appropriate for you.
If You Don’t Have An Estate Plan, The State Has A Plan For You
When someone dies without a will or other estate planning documents in place, their assets and debts are handled in accordance with state law. For some people, leaving decisions about an estate to the court works. However, people who have substantial assets – and preferences about what should happen to those assets – have much to gain from developing a comprehensive plan.