Tax Planning Attorneys Serving Clients In Seguin

Planning For The Best Ways To Leave Your Wealth To Your Family

In 2013, the Bush tax laws are set to expire. Depending on whether these laws are extended, allowed to expire or rewritten, what you can leave to your children and grandchildren may change drastically. To be able to preserve your hard-earned wealth for your beneficiaries, you need the help of a Seguin tax planning lawyer.

At Kolb & Murray, P.C., Kevin Kolb uses his nearly 20 years of experience as a practicing attorney and certified public accountant (CPA) as well as his advanced law degree in taxation (LL.M.) to help you maximize the benefit to your family and minimize what the state and federal government get from your estate.

Kevin sits down with you to discuss necessary planning for the right types of trusts and wills to ensure that your wishes are fulfilled regarding your estate. He looks at ways to anticipate changes in tax laws to prevent your heirs from being forced to sell the property you give them in order to pay the taxes associated with the inheritance. He explains all of your options so that you can make informed decisions.

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Most people use "mom and pop" wills that leave everything to the surviving spouse. There are advantages and disadvantages to this method. Kevin can help you sort out what will be best for you, your spouse and your family. It is important to note that your will should be drafted to accommodate all possibilities because adding language to your will may be difficult in the future.

Planning for Texas tax law is as important as federal tax planning. Kevin's ability to look at your financial circumstances from many different angles and wearing several different hats gives him the ability to craft an estate plan unique to your family situation and allow your heirs to receive the most benefit from the property and assets you leave to them.

Dealing with the future can be a frightening experience, especially when it involves planning for your own mortality. You owe it to yourself and to your family to prepare an estate plan so you get to decide what your heirs and beneficiaries receive and so your family knows your wishes.

Contact Kolb & Murray, P.C., at 830-386-4801 to schedule your initial consultation with an experienced law firm devoted to serving you, your family and your business.