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We Create Caring Comprehensive Strategies for Your Estate Planning

Estate Planning is a critical service for individuals, families, and businesses of all sizes. Ross & Owens Ross has a deep bench of expertise in this area, and we provide customized options that are sensitive to your unique needs.
Protecting Your Assets From Litigation, Taxes, Creditors, And Other Potential Threats Are Our Mission, And We Are Committed To Providing You With The Highest Level Of Service Possible.

Planning for your estate is vitally important – for nearly everyone.

Estate Planning allows you to make arrangements for your own care if needed and determines how your assets will be distributed among your loved ones. A well-prepared estate plan will give your loved ones the power to carry out your wishes without court proceedings if you become incapacitated. It will also allow you to choose guardians for your minor children and reduce the impact of estate and inheritance taxes that may apply.

We Manage All The “Moving Parts” of Your Estate Planning

We’ll Start By Listening To You. We’ll Then Give You All Of Your Options, Along With The Pros And Cons Of Each. You’ll Be Able To Make The Decision That’s Best For You. The Strategies And Tactics We Offer Include:
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Preparing, reviewing and overseeing the signing of Wills and Tust instruments. 

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Reducing or eliminating federal and state taxes. 

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Applying gifting to distribute assets during your lifetime. 

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Establishing philanthropic vehicles for ongoing support. 

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Shielding assets from creditors in any lawsuits.

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Addressing decisions if you are incapacitated. 

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Structuring a business for succession and any possible mergers and acquisitions. That business may be the “heir” you are most concerned about.

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Determining the digital afterlife of online presences, e.g., Facebook, Instagram, etc.

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Avoiding probate

Part Of Our Commitment To You Is Explaining In Detail Why Estate Planning, In This Litigious Era, Is A Must, And Not Just For The Wealthy. 

Having a Will does not necessarily prevent your assets ending up in probate but having a comprehensive estate plan (which includes a Will) decreases that likelihood.

Essentially probate is a court-supervised process that can override your implicit wishes (after you’ve passed on) when they are not documented in Estate Planning.

The court will then determine the value of your assets; how bills, creditors, and taxes will be paid off; and who the rightful heirs are.

Those decisions can take at least six months . . . and longer. During this period, your assets will not be available to your loved ones. Also, the details of your finances could be made public.


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We know how difficult it can be to think about Estate Planning. That’s why our number one priority is always customer care. Contact us for a free consultation and we’ll take the time to answer all your questions. You won’t feel rushed, and you’ll be one step closer to getting your affairs in order.

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