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You can't take it with you when you die, but you can direct the transfer of your assets upon death through a well-considered estate plan. Estate plans commonly consist of a will, power of attorney, and health care power of attorney. A trust can also be a useful tool in estate planning.

The only way to ensure that your assets get to the people or organizations you care about most, you should have an estate plan in place. 

Contact Stutes & Lavergne to learn more about the following:

Transfers of Assets and Property Upon Death

  • WIlls

  • Donations

  • Powers of Attorney

  • Health Care Powers of Attorneys

  • Advanced Directives

  • Living Wills

  • Estate Tax Planning

  • Trust Formation and Planning

  • Successions

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