FAQ of Estate Planning

An estate plan is a very personal document
that reflects your goals and determines the distribution of the assets God has entrusted to you.

In the estate planning process, you must make decisions concerning relationships, charitable goals, tax issues, and more. Please refer to the list of frequently asked questions below:

General Questions:

What is Probate?

What is a Revocable Living trust?

What are the important considerations for selecting guardians?

What is a Durable Power of Attorney/Physician’s Directive?

What does an estate design typically look like?

How are ministries typically benefited through estate plans?

How should an inheritance be structured?

Should all my children be treated the same?

Should I give my children all I can, or should I limit the amount I leave to them?

How is a Christian Statement of Faith incorporated into an estate plan?

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