Last Will and Testament

“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” – Benjamin Franklin

A Last Will and Testament sets forth your testamentary desires and provides for the disposition of your assets upon your demise.  Without a Last Will in place, your assets could be distributed contrary to your wishes.

For those with taxable estates, you may need to avail yourself of all appropriate estate planning and tax mitigation strategies.  Whether it be inclusion of a credit shelter trust or other types of trusts and planning techniques, the team at Ansanelli Law Group, LLP will prepare an estate plan that will enhance your legacy.

It is important to review your estate plan every few years or upon a major life change so that you can be sure your planning documents reflect your current wishes and needs.