Sound estate planning for most individuals and families across Massachusetts is arguably about far more than simple will execution and a focus upon asset distribution. Although such a confined focus may be all that is deemed necessary in some instances, most people have planning concerns that require a crafted strategy across a broader dimension.
Individuals and families in Massachusetts and nationally that are thoughtfully focused upon estate planning often have numerous questions regarding trusts.
An article written by a financial planner specializing in divorce stresses these two key points regarding dissolutions involving special needs children:
Our above headline leading off today's post certainly doesn't apply to all -- or even most - Massachusetts estate planners. Indeed, the majority of individuals in the Bay State and nationally work for businesses they themselves do not own.
Out with the old, in with the new.
We're all different, yet all the same.
There is a sizable checklist of "things to do" for many estate planners that ranges widely from will/trust execution and heir/beneficiary designations to inheritances and health care-related instructions.
A commentator in a recent article addressing estate administration makes an interesting point regarding planning.
We note on our estate planning website at The Law Offices of Kimberly Butler Rainen in Andover that the realm of estate administration is wide and diverse, indeed.
As noted by a contributor to a recent national piece on estate administration, the planning inclination for many individuals and couples is dulled by narrowly focused objectives regarding their kids.