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Estate Planning

     We at Schlueter Breman believe everyone over the age of 18 should have Foundation Documents. These documents provide for who takes care of your physical and financial life if you are incapacitated and what happens when you pass away.  If you do not make these decisions for when these events occur, the Courts and the State will do it for you through processes that take more time, can be more expensive and may not be what you really want. 

    The preparation of your Foundation Documents may include documents such as:

  • Durable Powers of Attorney

  • Healthcare Representative Powers of Attorney

  • Living Wills

  • Last Will and Testaments

  • Revocable Trusts

   We will take the time to go through your individual situation, talk through your options with you and draft documents for your review prior to the finalization of your plan, which is customized to your specific family situation.   We would love the opportunity to talk with you about how we can help you prepare for some of the most difficult transitions a family can face.

We know there are several additional types of planning which you might need to best care for your family and community for the long term. These types of planning include:

  • Philanthropic Planning

  • Special Needs Planning

  • Business Succession Planning

  • Federal Estate, Gift and Generation Tax Planning including Estate Value Freeze Technique

We want to work with your family to preserve and protect your family legacy.Our attorneys have extensive experience in each of these areas and look forward to talking with you to determine your unique needs and how we might best meet them. 

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