Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP's estate planning attorneys provide a diverse range of legal services to our clients. From estate planning to wealth transfer and family business, our attorneys work closely with clients to help them achieve their estate planning goals. We strive to apply our professional integrity, compassion and skill to the development and execution of your estate plan.
Our attorneys assist clients with estate planning, individual, business and estate tax planning, estate administration, probate, guardianship and health care planning. We also assist clients with the use of various trusts including testamentary, living, gift, qualified personal residence, life insurance, grantor retained interest, charitable lead and charitable remainder trusts. For family businesses, we assist in creating programs for the transfer of ownership and control, while often also providing for the economic benefit of non-participating family members.
We encourage estate planning as a continuous process that evolves over time. Changes in your family, your assets, your goals or in the tax laws can necessitate changes and additional estate planning steps. We devise strategies that address contingencies such as disability, the use of long-term care facilities and the death of other family members.
Our attorneys monitor the ever-changing landscape of income, estate and gift tax laws, as well as state statutes and court opinions that can impact the long-term goals of our clients. Ultimately, we endeavor to provide excellent legal service to each client, focusing on the successful transfer of wealth from generation to generation.
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