Bolander Law Group assists clients by evaluating their estates and assisting in the controlling of assets, both before and after death, through careful planning according to clients wishes. We navigate laws governing trusts, estates and gifts, and use our experience to help clients fulfill both short- and long-term goals.
Poor or no planning can unnecessarily drain or consume assets accumulated over generations and lifetimes leaving the burden to surviving family members or executors. However, this can be minimized and possibly even avoided. Bolander Law Group assists clients by evaluating their estates and assisting in the controlling of assets, both before and after death, through careful planning according to clients wishes. We navigate laws governing trusts, estates and gifts, and use our experience to help clients fulfill both short- and long-term goals. Bolander Law Group has distinguished itself and established a reputation by providing cost-effective legal representation, without compromising high-quality service and personal attention. Bolander Law Group attorneys care about serving the best interests of clients.
Persons interested in safeguarding their accumulated assets, property, and wealth, especially if they own real estate valued at more than $20,000 or have assets of more than $100,000, need to have an estate plan. In fact, the more wealth an individual has, the more tax benefits accrued through having an estate plan.
Families with minor children
Creating a trust under a will is a flexible, cost-effective way to manage and distribute a minor child’s inheritance. A trusted family member, friend or institution may serve as trustee. It is often encouraged to leave wealth to beneficiaries inside a trust, even when beneficiaries are fully functional adults, as the assets in a trust can be protected from failed marriages, creditors, bankruptcy, and judgments.
Trusts are very useful for today’s blended families as they protect those who are most important, while avoiding estate planning mistakes.
Estate planning for business owners is of particular importance to ensure the survival of the business and smooth transfer of business interests to intended beneficiaries.
For those interested in maintaining management and control of their assets, protecting family members, avoiding probate, and obtaining peace of mind, having an estate plan is crucial.
Please feel free to contact the firm with any questions about estate planning or to discuss your individual needs. Phone: (619) 696-0667 Or .