Phone: (800) 672-1835
Phone: (800) 672-1835
Traditional Estate Planning is about avoiding probate, lowering estate taxes, and making sure the right people get your property when you die. A Family Protection Plan includes all of that, and so much more.
You’ve worked hard to get where you are, and you’re going to continue to work hard in order to get where you are headed. It’s not about accumulating “stuff.” Rather, you recognize that a worry-free retirement requires that you have a certain amount of resources set aside. However, lawsuits are a threat to those resources. Without asset protection, there is no such thing as a worry-free retirement.
A Family Protection Plan includes protection from predators, incapacity and disability. We put a plan in place to ensure that your affairs are managed by someone you trust and according to your instructions. If you become disabled, you plan ensures that you are cared for in the manner and location of your choosing. We also help you optimize the use of your resources and government benefits in order to prevent you from being financially wiped out by long-term care expenses.
Families with larger estates face additional tax burdens. For these families, we design the Family Protection Plan so that estate taxes are minimized and - in most cases - completely eliminated.
If you have a family member with special needs, it is important to make sure that you make sure that you leave their inheritance properly protected. A Special Needs Trust can ensure that the funds are available to the child without causing the child to lose important public benefits. It also makes sure that the funds are properly managed to last as long as possible, and without placing an undue strain on your other children.
Parents of young children have to take special precautions to make sure that the children are protected if mom and dad are not available to make decisions for them. In the case of a temporary unavailability, such as a vacation or a hospital stay, there should be someone authorized to take care of the children and make emergency medical decisions. If both parents pass away, it is important to have nominated a guardian and set up instructions as to how the children should be raised.
Gun Trusts, also known as Firearms Trusts, NFA Trusts, Class 3 Trusts, or Firearms Revocable Trusts, are an excellent way to legally purchase and own a Title II Firearm sold by Class 3 dealers as well as regular firearms.
A Class 3 Dealer sells Title II Firearms which are defined to include a machine gun, silencer (suppressor), short-barreled shotgun or rifle, destructive device, and an AOW (any other weapon.)
A Gun Trust can help you overcome situations where the Chief Law Enforcement Officer in your area is reluctant or unwilling to sign an ATF Form 4 or Form 1. There are many other benefits to using a Gun Trust to purchase your firearms including protecting others, like a spouse, child or friend, from issues of constructive possession or other violations of Federal law. A Gun Trust can allow other people to be authorized users of your Title II firearms without violation of the National Firearms Act.
A Gun Trust is a very special type of trust that has been created to deal with the unique issues of firearms purchases, ownership, transfer, possession, and use of firearms. This Gun Trust is designed to deal with regular firearms as well as Title II firearms and is quick and easy to create.