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Estate Planning

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The Ideal Partner To Manage Your Estate

At PWR, we listen to our clients so we can truly understand their goals before making decisions, ensuring complete objectivity and insightful planning.

Our unique blend of legal expertise and hands-on knowledge of financial processes and accounting procedures allows PWR to provide the most transparent, optimal solutions for life’s challenges. Planning an estate doesn’t have to be complicated when you have the right partner in your corner.

Estate planning arranges a person’s assets and property for their eventual distribution, intending to maximize their value and minimize taxes and other costs. PWR assists clients with creating a will, setting up trusts, selecting beneficiaries, and making necessary arrangements in the most strategic manner possible. Our professionals remain by your side through changes and transitions, ready to provide legal and financial assistance at every turn.

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The PWR Strategy

1. Synthesize Your Goals & Desires

As your strategic partner, it’s our mission to listen beyond what the client seeks from us and understand their aspirations for themselves, their families, and their businesses. 

2. Client Analysis

By establishing the client’s vision (Who or what you’d like to emulate), PWR helps clients identify what is attributed to their success, what the client does similarly, and what we can do better.

3. Creating A Success Plan

PWR helps clients maintain their vision, creating step-by-step strategies to fill gaps in their operations and fortify operations for continuous improvement. 

4. Implementation & Accountability

Our professionals advise and assist clients through each step, reviewing and revising plans to fit an ever-evolving landscape. 

This Is What We Do

PWR delivers legal and consulting services for simple and complex estate planning by applying a systematic, strategic approach that allows clients to achieve the best outcome. With professional estate planning assistance, you can rest assured that knowledgeable professionals are striving for your success.

Cross-Functional Expertise

Our dynamic combination of expertise allows us to provide valuable input in various situations, helping clients make the best decisions possible.

Quality, Personalized Services

PWR holds its members to the highest standards of service. It’s evident in every conversation and interaction we have with our clients.

Your Partner In Every Stage

Our firm is here for clients through each phase of their lives, from business management to estate planning.

What age do most people begin estate planning?

There is no specific age at which most people do estate planning, as it is a personal and individual decision based on various factors such as financial situation, family circumstances, and personal goals. However, it is generally recommended that people start thinking about their estate plan as soon as they have assets or a family to consider. This may be in their 20s or 30s if they have started a family or built up substantial assets or later in life if they have not.

It is also important to review and update estate plans regularly, especially after significant life events such as the birth of a child, the death of a spouse, or a major change in financial circumstances. Estate planning is an ongoing process, not a one-time event, which is why our professionals are with you through each step.

Is estate planning for the wealthy?

No, estate planning is not just for the wealthy. Estate planning is important for anyone who wants to make sure their assets and property are distributed according to their wishes and to minimize taxes, costs, and other complications after death. Whether you have a small or large estate, an estate plan can help you ensure that your family and loved ones are taken care of in the event of your death or incapacity. Estate planning can also help you manage and protect your assets, plan for end-of-life care, and make arrangements for financial and medical decisions in the event that you become unable to make those decisions for yourself. Regardless of wealth, estate planning is a valuable tool for anyone who wants to ensure their wishes are carried out, and their assets are protected.

Where does PWR offer services?

PWR serves clients nationwide, providing legal and financial guidance in various situations.

What is the difference between a will and estate planning?

A will is an instrument that, by itself, could be an estate plan or be one part of an estate plan. Often, we have clients ask, “do I just need a will?” The answer, most of the time, is it depends. We typically refer to Wills as the C-minus estate plan. It will suffice, but it alone does not meet most, if not all, of the client’s planning goals. 

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