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Business Law

Answers to your estate planning, retirement, or general business law questions, delivered promptly from our own NASE legal professionals. Submit your questions online for a personal response.

Get your questions about basic estate planning including wills, trusts and some federal estate tax issues answered online by a licensed attorney at no cost to you. Many people think that only the wealthy need wills, trusts, guardians, administrators, etc. In reality, almost everyone can benefit from a will and an estate plan. Consider the following questions:

  • Are you a married couple with minor children? In the event of your deaths, who will be your children’s guardian and financial trustee?
  • Did you know that by law in every state your assets must be distributed by a court if you die without a will?
  • Are you aware that simple tax planning could help your heirs avoid the sale of your family business to pay estate taxes?
  • Have you considered the benefits of having an Advance Health Care Directive (Living Will)?

 

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