Frank O. Brown, Jr., P.C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
"In this World nothing can be said to be certain, except Death and Taxes." Benjamin Franklin
Estate Planning has a lot to do with those two things. Avoiding both would be ideal, but reality says that we have to plan for both.
When most people think of Estate Planning they think of the following documents:
Powers of Attorney (General and Medical)
Advanced Medical Directives (also known as Living Wills)
"The Administration of an Estate can be a long and tedious process, but we are there every step of the way."
Estate Administration can be very complicated if the deceased did not take the time to make a comprehensive plan for his/her Estate. We are however very experienced in dealing with Estates of all shapes and sizes.
Estate Administration deals with some of the following documents:
Wills - Probate and Qualification
Trusts - Funding, Administration and Filing Timely Accountings when necessary
Accounting - Estate Tax Returns, Fiduciary Income Tax Returns and Individual Tax Returns