EVERYTHING A BABY BOOMER SHOULD KNOW
Do the names Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, or Jim Morrison conjure up any memories of excitement and good times? If so, this guidebook is for you. They didnít live long enough to worry about their estate plan, but you did. Congratulations!
Now, what are you going to do about it? Not all estate plans are the same.
One of the reasons people are so reluctant to do estate planning is that itís a depressing subject. Itís not much fun thinking about being dead and leaving your loved ones behind. What is worse is thinking about those loved ones fighting over your property and family possessions.
One of the purposes of this book is to avoid that scenario. You have worked long and hard and are a generous person. Now you can give one final gift to your family and friends -- an estate plan. Itís something like a ďMap to the Starsí Homes;Ē the kind you can buy in Beverly Hills.
An estate plan is nothing less than a map to the stars in your life. It leads to a person, a charity or institution you love, respect or admire. It is also something of a game because the object is to get those small or large fortunes from your estate into theirs while paying no tax on the transfer.
This guidebook helps you map out your estate plan so it goes exactly the way you want it to go. It shows you the tools and explains the best ways to give away or preserve your money, homes, businesses, heirlooms, cars, boats, jewelry, tools, art, memorabilia, and every other artifact of life you have accumulated over the last 45 to 65 baby booming years.
The term ďestate planningĒ has its place, like in an old textbook, but it sounds dull and boring. Perhaps the task would be better served if it was named after Hendrixís, Castles Made of Sand, or Joplinís, Me and Bobby McGee, or Morrisonís, The End. These lyrics more appropriately describe the reasons you need an estate plan now.
There's much more...
An Insider's Guide to Estate Planning
THE NEWEST APPROACH
TO ESTATE PLANNING:
KNOW WHAT YOUíRE TALKING ABOUT!
Why pay money so an attorney can try and explain the difference between a Bypass Trust and a QTIP Trust, when this book will answer that question long before you have to pay for a consultation?
This guidebook helps you map out your estate plan so it goes exactly where you want it to go. It explains the tools you need to give away or preserve your money, homes, businesses, heirlooms, cars, boats, jewelry, tools, art, memorabilia, and every other artifact of life you have accumulated over the last 45 to 65 baby booming years.
(Proud Father of the Bride)
Mark S. Cornwall, Esq.
210 E. Figueroa Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101