Here at Frank & Kraft we are sincerely committed to providing members of the community with good estate planning information. We go about this in a number of different ways, and one of them is by passing along a steady stream of useful knowledge on this blog.
We also conduct outreach efforts throughout the area in the form of our free seminars. In fact, there are a number of seminars coming up in January and we will pass along the details shortly.
In addition to the above we are also offering free access to some very useful estate planning reports. Today we would like to invite you to download our report on living trusts. To gain access to this report simply click this link and complete the form that you see to the right of the page: Indianapolis Living Trust Report
Living trusts provide a number of different advantages. Perhaps the most appealing benefit is the fact that they enable a smooth and efficient transfer of assets to your loved ones outside of the process of probate.
Probate provides certain protections, but it can be costly and time-consuming. With a living trust you can arrange for the distribution of financial resources outside of the process of probate.
After you download and read the report you may feel as though you would like some more detailed information about living trusts.
Should this be the case don’t hesitate to give us a call at (317) 684-1100 to set up a free, no obligation consultation. You can alternately request an appointment through our website.
Mr. Kraft assists clients primarily in the areas of estate planning and administration, Medicaid planning, federal and state taxation, real estate and corporate law, bringing the added perspective of an accounting background to his work.
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