Thursday, June 29, 2017 | 7:45 – 10:00 a.m.
7500 Flying Cloud Drive, Suite 800
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
Join us for a breakfast workshop on estate planning for post-death and divorce and get practical advice that helps your loved ones ensure your wishes are carried out.
Post Death Planning
When a loved one dies, there’s not only crushing emotional grief, but also the likely feeling of overwhelming logistical and legal tasks that lie ahead. Post death planning makes it easier for the personal representative of an estate, whether the decedent had a detailed estate plan or a plan that may lack attributes important in today’s estate environment. Considerations that may have been left out include:
- Dealing with old documents
- Portability planning (estate tax exemption that can be utilized by the surviving spouse)
- Disclaimer planning
Protecting Your Adult Child's Inheritance from Divorce
It is always best to anticipate and avoid conflict in estate planning, especially when it comes to ensuring your hard-earned money and keeping it in the family. As the parent, you are in the best position to minimize any unexpected circumstance such as your child going through a divorce after they have received their inheritance. The good news is there are ways to structure the inheritance and keep it in the family for generations to come.
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