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Estate Planning, Wills & Trusts

Difficult decisions and complex issues often come into play when planning and implementing wills and strategic trusts. Maslon's Estate Planning attorneys understand that and work to minimize your time, expense, and emotional challenges.

You'll find us to be dedicated advisors, focused on understanding and achieving your goals. We counsel clients not only on the impact of estate taxes, but also on other important factors such as previous marriages and children or beneficiaries who need protection.

Smart and resourceful, our estate planning attorneys will work closely with you to identify strategies—from the most basic will to the most complex trust arrangements—to take full advantage of opportunities that enhance your legacy and restrict your tax consequences. Because business and work-related assets often affect estate planning, wills, and trusts, we consult our Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation attorneys when necessary, who may play an important role in creating the customized vehicle that best meets all of your needs.

For more information about how we can help you plan for the future, contact us today.


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