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There are many reasons to do estate planning now rather than later. A good estate plan will not only let you decide who receives your assets after you die. It will also protect you and your family if you are incapacitated and unable to handle your own affairs. Your estate plan will let you -- not the courts -- make decisions about your medical care and important financial matters when you are unable to communicate for yourself.

Oregon estate tax attorney Priscilla Taylor can help you create a comprehensive estate plan that will represent your wishes, while avoiding probate costs and estate taxes for your beneficiaries.

One of the basic elements of any estate plan is a revocable living trust. A trust accomplishes many estate planning goals, such as:

  • Assisting families with disabled children by setting up a special needs trust
  • Avoiding the cost and delay of probate
  • Keeping your financial information private
  • Naming a trusted person to control your assets if you are incapacitated
  • Transferring assets to heirs upon your death
  • Protecting a child's inheritance from courts, creditors and irresponsible spending
  • Reducing or eliminating estate taxes

Ms. Taylor can also assist you with charitable remainder trusts, special needs trusts, family limited partnerships, and with business succession planning.

Learn More: Visit our estate planning web site or click here to see our estate tax calculator.

Contact a Portland estate tax planning lawyer at The Taylor Law Firm to discuss your tax matter for a reasonable fee.

Lake Oswego, Oregon estate tax planning lawyer Priscilla Taylor is available to represent clients in Oregon and Washington, including Portland, Salem, Bend, Beaverton, Wilsonville, West Linn, Vancouver, and Eugene, and throughout Clackamas, Washington, Marion, Deschutes, Clark, and Multnomah counties.

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