- Choosing an Executor
- Planning Your Estate
- Trusts under Will
- Revocable vs. Irrevocable Trust
- Charitable Gifts
- Gifts to Family & Friends
- Living Trust
- Health Care Provisions
- Funeral Trusts
Why you need an Estate Plan
Anyone who owns property – a home, a farm, a car, a bank account, investments, business interests, or personal belongings – needs an estate plan. An estate plan allows you to decide how and to whom your property will be distributed after your death.
If you have no plan at all, your property will likely be distributed arbitrarily by the state without regard to your family’s needs or desires.
Perhaps more important than the distribution of your assets, is navigating the various and changing laws and financial structures that could result in vastly different financial outcomes for your estate and your heirs.
In today’s financial environment, no one should be without a comprehensive plan for the future.
Find out more about these and other trust related topics that you may have considered in the past (or haven’t but should).
We are happy to help answer any questions you may have, please do not hesitate to contact an FCN Account Representative today, or call 1-800-575-3262.