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Usher Law Group, P.C. offers a multitude of client-centered services including LegalVault® a special document storage system which allows you and your
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What happens to YOU if you become incapacitated?

What happens to your STUFF when you pass away?

Usher Law Group's Estate Planning Practice consists of the following:

  • Living Trusts
  • Tax Planning
  • Wills
  • Power of Attorney for Health Care or Living Wills
  • Special Needs Trust
  • Life Insurance Charitable and other Irrevocable Trusts
  • Asset Protection Trusts
  • Business Succession Planning
  • Family Limited Partnerships
  • Limited Liability Companies
  • Charitable Giving (Charitable remainder trusts, Charitable lead trusts,
    Charitable gift annuities, Endowment funds, Donor advised funds,
    Conservation easements, Gifts of life insurance, Private foundations, etc).
  • Pet Trusts
  • HIPAA Planning
  • Trust Administration Services
  • Probate Avoidance

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ULG starts with the premise that every estate, regardless of size, is an important one. Whatever the size of your estate, you have spent your life accumulating it and want to preserve it from unnecessary taxes and administration fees and costs so that you can plan in a meaningful way for those you care about.

Our REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST is the centerpiece of our Comprehensive ESTATE PLAN & offers complete control to clients during their lifetime, provides for them and their loved ones in the event of their incapacity, and on death allows them to pass their assets to their loved ones without the costs, delays and publicity associated with probate.

To learn more about our living trust-centered estate plan and the other services we provide please contact us for an Initial Consultation.  

Sadly, most business owners do not plan a graceful exit. They do not do proper estate planning, which results in unnecessary estate taxes as well as little planning for a successful transition to the next generation of business owners.

Business succession planning should not begin the year you wish to retire. Strategies that will lead to the highest paying buyers or a smooth transition to a family member are best designed and implemented over a period of time, usually 3-5 years in advance of your projected sale date.

You want to leave you heir with a business that is as strong today as possible with thought to the unexpected. Whether it is a discussion on the growth potential of your business, marketing strategies, training staff to become empowered to assume responsibility and management or an analysis of your financial statements with long term projections, a competent business succession attorney can lead you through. Usher Law Group tailors each business succession plan to meet your business' needs and goals for the future.

As the owner of a closely-held business, much of your wealth is probably tied up in the business. While returning earned income back into the business helps finance growth, it can cause severe liquidity problems for your estate when you die. After paying probate and estate taxes, your estate and surviving family members also may encounter liabilities that become payable upon your death. They may also face the potential of decreased business earnings, due to your absence. If you are concerned about how your business will survive without you, ULG can help.



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