An estate plan can have several elements--a will; an assignment of power of attorney; a living will or healthcare proxy; and in some cases, a trust. As an estate planner, you must be mindful of both federal and state laws governing estates when assembling plans for clients.
Estate Planning Forms
, by L. Rush Hunt, covers all elements of estate planning in detail with easy-to-follow, time-saving forms. This book empowers attorneys to establish trusts to reduce estate and gift taxes and to distribute assets to the heirs without the costs, delays, and publicity of probate court. The primary purpose of Estate Planning Forms is to ensure that the greatest amount of the estate passes to the estate owner's intended beneficiaries. With the guidance in this book, you will be able to offer greater protection of your client's assets from creditors and lawsuits.
Includes the following forms:
- Letters of engagement
- Privacy notices
- Powers of attorney
- Pre and post-marital agreements