In so many ways, we take action every day to protect our families - we make sure they're buckled-up when we go for a drive, lock the doors at night, and meet them at the bus stop. Naturally, it makes sense to protect our families from the obvious dangers of our world. We often don't think to apply the same logic to the possibility of our passing, but we should.
If something were to happen to you and your spouse, would your children be taken care of? Would your assets be passed directly to your loved ones as you wish, with limited taxation from the government?
These are questions that many people don’t want to think about, but tackling these questions head-on and putting a plan in place will greatly ease your concerns. We wrote "Estate Planning Guide for Georgia" to help answer some of the common questions we hear when creating a family & asset protection plan. In the book you'll learn about:
- How you can reduce the amount of Federal & state estate taxes assessed on your estate;
- Considerations when choosing a guardian for your minor children;
- Ways to ensure your assets are passed directly to your loved ones, avoiding the lengthy probate process.
Take action now by requesting our FREE "Estate Planning Guide for Georgia". Your family will be glad you did.