- Wills, Powers of Attorney
- Living Wills, Medical Directives
- Women: Law & Money
- Family Limited Partnerships
- Charitable Gift Planning.
- Asset protection elder law
- Planning for naming guardians for young children
- Transfer of a family business
- Myths Vs. Reality – Appointing A Guardian For Your Child
Charles Nance, Estate Planning Attorney: On estate planning and trust attorney where his goal is to provide you with peace of mind about your estate planning, asset protection, and disability planning.
Whether you are planning for the care and education of young children, for nursing home admission for a relative, or protection for your family’s inheritance from estate taxes, law suits or government intervention
Traditionally, legal “estate planning” is transactional; even a ‘one shot deal’. And that’s why most estate plans fail.
Laws change. Goals change. Family circumstances change. People own title to property in ways that conflict with their stated goals. Moreover, the typical will or estate plan is 20 years old — and badly outdated — when a person dies.
And in too many cases, people can’t even name the lawyer who wrote their will, let alone call up and ask him or her for advice years later.
To make your family’s plan work…to protect your children, spouse, parents and grandparents, to protect your assets and reach your goals, it is critical to maintain a relationship with a knowledgeable estate lawyer…and then regularly and systematically update and maintain your Estate Plan.
Charles Nance has been interviewed by CNN Financial Network on planning for multi-generational IRA distribution, and has been selected by a Business Magazine as a leading tax and estate attorney in an annual survey of the state’s “Legal Elite.”
He previously served as a legislative assistant in the U.S. House of Representatives.