Procrastination on Estate Planning Can Land A Small Business in Probate Court


Procrastination on Estate Planning Can Land A Small Business in Probate Court

By Frank L. Brunetti on May 14th, 2012

Many business owners hope that the companies they have built will outlive them and help build a family legacy. Too often, however, business owners procrastinate when it comes: (i) to estate planning, (ii) to taking advantage of gift tax exemptions and (iii) to utilizing trusts – all strategies that can help keep a company out of probate court.

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