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Estate Planning for the Healthy, Wealthy Family

How to Promote Family Harmony, Affirm Your Values, and Protect Your Assets

by Carla Garrity

  • 393 Want to read
  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Allworth Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Personal Finance - Financial Planning,
  • Estates & Trusts,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Consumer Finance,
  • United States,
  • Personal Finance - Retirement Planning,
  • Family,
  • Social Science / Sociology / Marriage & Family,
  • Estate planning

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8782517M
    ISBN 10158115318X
    ISBN 109781581153187
    OCLC/WorldCa52979067

    The attorneys at The Pollock Firm LLC counsel clients around the world in international estate planning, business succession planning, tax planning and philanthropic planning matters. Additionally, we advise clients on the unique wealth transition issues that affect high net worth families such as dynastic planning, legacy planning, management and control of assets, ensuring liquidity and. 1. Planning for the disposition of the client’s assets at his or her death. 2. Asset protection planning (protection from creditors and predators) 3. Planning for disability and incompetency. 4. Business succession planning (with or without concerns that the estate tax will force a succession plan .

      A successful estate plan also includes provisions allowing your family members to access or control your assets should you become unable to do so yourself. Estate Planning BasicsAuthor: Glenn Curtis. Estate planning is something you do for your family. Get it done, and you'll feel better knowing that you've taken care of them. Common Estate Planning Issues. 12 Simple Steps to an Estate Plan. Take care of your family by making a will, power of attorney, living will, funeral arrangements, and more. Moving to a New State? Take a Look at Your.

      Sort through the misconceptions of estate planning to create a prosperous future for your family. By Rachel Hartman, Contributor July 5, By Rachel Hartman, . Estate planning can help ensure your family's financial future, support the causes you care about, and shelter yourself and your heirs from taxes. Learn more about wills, charitable giving, and.


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"In Estate Planning for the Healthy Wealthy Family," readers will find numerous examples on how to develop value-based solutions, for families of all structures and life-cycles, from married, divorced and single parents to those with previous marriages.5/5(2).

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"In Estate Planning for the Healthy Wealthy Family," readers will find numerous examples on how to develop value-based solutions, for families of all structures and life-cycles, from married, divorced and single parents to those with previous marriages.5/5(2). Filled with real-life case examples, Estate Planning for the Healthy, Wealthy Family combines a positive attitude, deep psychological insight, and "hard" financial know-how for passing on money between family members while keeping relationships and values intact.

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Filled with real-life case examples, Estate Planning for the Healthy, Wealthy Family combines a positive attitude, deep psychological insight, and "hard" financial know-how for passing on money between family members while keeping relationships and values intact.

Estate Planning for the Healthy, Wealthy Family. If so, then this book may be for you. It is a fairly easy read divided into three main parts: 1) information and discussion about money, values, happiness and modeling your family values to your children; 2) basic and advanced estate planning terms and tools and 3) dangers involved in asset.

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Comprehensive financial planning enables the effective management of all these aspects, and helps you determine strategies to protect and build the wealth of your family. Unlike standard financial planning, this type of planning goes far beyond just your. Wealth Preservation For The Affluent A Practical Guide to Help High Income defer, or eliminate estate taxes and take care of the family in the event of death; 4) Their personal finances are invested correctly and if there are ways to mitigate of a book titled: Wealth Preservation Planning: A “Team” Approach©, by TheFile Size: 2MB.

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Estate planning goals for high-net-worth individuals includes protecting inheritances for heirs, minimizing estate taxes, avoiding the probate process and appointing the right trustee.

The following information should be seen as a starting point for choosing the right estate planning : Dan Moskowitz. Plan for a very long life. I know you want to leave our kids your accumulated wealth, but think of yourself first. We’re all living longer lives and, even though we’re not “in love” anymore, I do care about you and your welfare.

Create a wealth plan that will give you a lifelong, passive income. Make sure you have disability insurance. After coordinating with the client and the estate attorney on the front end of the estate planning process, once the estate documents have been drafted by the estate attorney, a savvy family wealth advisor can add significant value by doing the following at the back-end: Create an estate plan summary diagram.

• Estate Planning • Wills • Trusts • Wealth Transfer • Charitable Giving Family Conversations • Education • Living Expenses: Children and Parents Assisting Parents and Relatives Your Family Wealth planning is complex and unique to every family.

We can guide you in considering questions and addressing concerns that help your family File Size: KB. By Judy Martel When it comes to estate planning for a blended family, the concept of "yours, mine and ours" can complicate the process to the point that family dynamics become permanently strained.

With respect to estate planning for the wealthy, the potential to live much long is becoming a potential “mine field” for the families as well as their wealth managers and tax experts.

Specifically, more significant issues develop for high-net-worth families in how and when to transfer assets to subsequent generations. Take time to make an estate plan. Many people assume that estate planning is for married couples, because couples include spouses who rely on each other, or because couples need to make contingency plans for the care of minor children.

Singles, on the other hand, may not need a will to provide protection for another person. Planning a client's estate can involve more than just the transfer of wealth from one generation to the next. To draft a customized plan that achieves a client's unique goals, an estate-planning practitioner must understand the client's values and convictions and, in many cases, his or her religious beliefs.When it comes to preserving wealth, there are some common estate planning mistakes made by high-net-worth individuals and families that can prevent the successful execution of their estate plans.

The good news is that these mistakes can be avoided. Educating yourself about them now can help you to make informed estate planning decisions now and in the future.Estate Planning Basics from a Christian Perspective 1 One of the misconceptions about estate planning is that it is only for the wealthy.

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