Inheritance is not the passing down of money and things. It is the gift of a lifetime of hard work and ideals to a child. It is the hope that the struggles you had to face can be eased ...Click here to continue
We tend to spend a considerable amount of time and energy in our lives accumulating wealth. At some point there comes a time to preserve this wealth both for our continued enjoyment but also for future generations. An effective estate plan ensures that your hard-earned wealth will remain intact as it passes to your children or other beneficiaries, instead of being siphoned off by government processes, taxes and levies.
DePinto Law Associates, P.C. (DLA) brings the tools and techniques to all individuals traditionally only available to the very wealthy through their high powered law firms. The law firm, with is staffed with many attorneys, some of whom are also CPAs, have advanced law degrees in Taxation and only focus on the preservation of wealth.
The firm assists those who are looking to protect what they have accumulated through a customized planning process, which may include any combination of the following: the creation of trusts; structured family entities; generational and business succession planning; philanthropic engineering; estate, income and gift tax consequences of such planning; administration of the plan after it is created and, if necessary, litigating claims involving trusts, powers of attorney, estates, wills, and family businesses.
Inheritance is not the passing down of money and things. It is the gift of a lifetime of hard work and ideals to a child. It is the hope that the struggles you had to face can be eased for them. It is the knowledge that you can still be there even if your physical presence can no longer be felt. By creating a plan with forethought, you can protect these gifts of hope and love from other people and from the financial challenges that are sure to come. Inheritance brings the need for a plan that allows children to accomplish greatness on their own by taking away the fear of losing life's necessities; yet a plan that at the same time does not cause the waste and indulgence of a sudden
windfall. That is what a trust was meant to achieve. - David J. DePinto