What a thoughtful gift! Paying for someone else’s estate planning!
Wait. Why would you do such a thing?
Maybe you have an adult child who really needs to get a will and power of attorney done. Maybe they’re even involved in a family business, or they are the beneficiary of an existing trust. Can you pay us (or any attorney) to prepare their will and powers of attorney?
What about your elderly and unprepared parents? Are the rules different for them, or your sibling or someone else who really needs to get this done?
Join us for a discussion of the issues and how this can make sense — in the right circumstance.