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KKG’s estate planning and wealth preservation attorneys work in partnership with our clients to achieve important goals and objectives.  From the universally needed sets of wills, financial powers of attorney, and advance directives for health care, to complex estate designs involving business succession, family entities, and trusts, we serve clients by helping them plan for the protection of assets and the transfer of wealth to charities and others.

One size does not fit all, and no off-the-shelf product can compare to experienced legal advice.  Trusts created during a lifetime or in a Will can achieve various purposes, including benefiting charities, reducing taxes, and protecting assets.  Such trusts carry a number of names, such as insurance trusts, charitable trusts, residence trusts, living trusts, grantor retained trusts, intentionally defective trusts, and special needs trusts.  But more than an array of names, with knowledgeable advice, these become tools that are deployed to help clients achieve their long term objectives.  The planning process removes anxiety and achieves peace of mind for those who want to assure that their financial arrangements are in order.

Families rely on KKG for probate and administration of trusts and estates, and for the handling of litigation and arbitration involving Wills, guardianships, trusteeships and fiducies.  KKG removes the paperwork burden from local and out-of-state executors, administrators and other professionals.

KKG lawyers frequently deliver continuing education classes for lawyers, other professionals and their clients, so that both advisors and their clientele are equipped to make the most important lifetime decisions.

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