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What Role Can a Financial Advisor Play in Your Estate Planning Process?

February 27, 2017

Filed under: Asset Protection — Neel Shah @ 9:15 am

Estate planning is a comprehensive process that may involve multiple professionals who can assist you with determining the right strategies for planning ahead for your future. A good financial advisor is someone that you will need at some point in your life and the estate planning process is a great opportunity to identify one if you are not working with one already. Financial advisors may have multiple different specialties but the primary idea is that they will help you to invest your money to obtain your financial goals. These goals may include minimizing your tax burden, budgeting, saving for college, retirement, debt reduction, giving to charity or even generating income in the future. NJ asset protection

Financial advisors may have multiple different specialties but the primary idea is that they will help you to invest your money to obtain your financial goals. These goals may include minimizing your tax burden, budgeting, saving for college, retirement, debt reduction, giving to charity or even generating income in the future.

A financial advisor can help you achieve these goals as well as the strategies behind these investment decisions so you are better informed. When working with both an estate planning attorney and a financial advisor, you’ll have a broader picture of your financial goals and what will happen to your wealth should something happen to you unexpectedly.

Identifying all of the different strategies being used and having a clearly defined structure for your investment plan will also give you a better perspective of how your retirement planning can assist you when it comes to thinking about planning for long-term care or passing on assets to your loved ones while you are still alive. It is strongly recommended that you identify both an estate planning attorney and a financial advisor who have plenty of experience in the field.

                                                                                                                                                                                           

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