Estate Tax Attorney
The estate tax professionals at Edmonds Law Office help clients structure your assets and legal documents so that your property is distributed to beneficiaries the way you want, while minimizing costs, hassles, and taxes. Estate taxes differ from state to state, and federal estate tax rates and rules differ as well. To eliminate or reduce estate taxes for your estate, it is important to speak with an experienced estate planning attorney who can guide you through the entire process.
An experienced estate tax lawyer can explain the differences in estate taxes, explain estate concepts and planning options, and help you determine whether your estate is vulnerable to such taxes.
Estate Tax Planning Concepts
If estate taxes may be an issue for you, the attorneys at Edmonds Law Office will discuss estate planning concepts with you, such as:
- Estate tax exemptions
- Taxable estate
- Charitable giving
- Yearly gifting limits
- Lifetime gifting limit
- Gift tax returns
- Credit shelter trusts
- A/B trusts
- Bypass trusts
- Disclaimer trusts
- Irrevocable insurance trusts
- Inheritance affecting taxable estate
- Joint assets and estate taxes
- Asset valuation and appraisals
- And other estate-tax-planning tools and considerations
By utilizing estate tax planning tools, we help clients give more to their families and loved ones and less to the government.
To learn more about estate tax or to schedule a risk-free consultation, contact Edwardsville estate attorney Ellen Edmonds at Edmonds Law Office by calling (618) 659-3442 today!
To learn more about the estate tax or to schedule a risk-free consultation, contact the Edwardsville estate attorney, Ellen Edmonds, at Edmonds Law Office by calling (618) 659-3442 today!