Last summer I hired an associate, Adam Veroni, to add estate planning, wills, and trusts to the services offered by Intrepid Law. This is a nice complement to the business succession planning expertise we have, which can help to ease the transition of your business to the next generation of leaders. Adam has recently started writing on common issues in estates law, and will be focusing on estate planning issues for farms, and persons with disabled children to boot. I’ll be posting links to his articles here as they become available.
His first blog:
The decision to create a will is often neglected or people may ultimately decide to leave their estate to be distributed according to the law. In deciding whether or not to make a will, one should consider the powers of the estate trustee with or without a will, and whether it would be in the best interest of the estate to have well defined trustee powers to deal with estate assets.
Read the full article here: