Comprehensive estate planning covers nearly every aspect of life. It begins with protecting yourself and your personal dignity, and extends to protecting your loved ones and your hard-earned assets.
Follow the links below to learn more about our Estate Planning, Living Trust, Advanced Level Planning, Asset Protection, Financial Planning, Tax Planing, Disability & Pre-Death Planning, Post-Death Planning, and Planning For Minor Children services provided at Wall Law Group:
Fundamental Estate Planning
When you think about it, everybody—whether you’re single, widowed, divorced, or a married or unmarried couple—has the same three objectives or reasons for doing estate planning.
Learn more about the Estate Planning Process.
Our cutting-edge Legacy Plan℠ enhances the protection of your beneficiaries’ inheritance from spouses, divorces, lawsuits, creditors, loss of government needs-based benefits and additional estate taxes when they pass their inheritance to the next generation.
Learn more about Living Trusts.
Advanced Level Planning
When appropriate, there are tested, cutting-edge strategies that may provide you and your loved ones with numerous, considerable tax and other benefits.
Learn more about Advanced Level Planning.
Lawsuits seem to have surpassed baseball as our national pastime, with a lawsuit reportedly filed in this country approximately every 6 seconds.
Learn more about Asset Protection.
We believe that handling your estate planning matters is only one aspect of assuring your and your family’s overall financial “health”.
Learn more about Financial Planning.
We also provide income tax planning and return preparation through our affiliated tax professionals.
Learn more about Tax Planning.
Disability & Pre-Death Planning
We provide many disability and immediate pre-death (terminally ill) planning services.
Learn more about Disability & Pre-Death Planning.
We provide many post-death planning and estate and trust administration services.
Learn more about Post-Death planning.
Planning for Minor Children
It is an unfortunate fact of life: airplanes plummet, trains derail, ships sink and automobiles crash. Sometimes there are survivors, sometimes there are no survivors. What is left when a tragedy claims both parents of minor children? Orphans and assets.
Learn more about Planning for Minor Children.