If you are a new grandparent, it is time to review your estate planning documents. Choosing to leave everything to your child is one way of providing for your grandchild indirectly. Another benefit of planning is leaving a small gift that you know will pass on to your grandchild. Sometimes, grandchildren have special needs and planning can prevent disruption to their care. And if you have a large estate, tax problems can be avoided with early planning. If you are an existing client, we have already discussed these issues. But your family’s needs change over time and you may have questions about your current plan or choices you should make (here are some of the questions you should discuss). And if you’re curious about death taxes, see our blog on Death Tax in California.
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