Wealth Transfer Planning
Wealth Transfer Planning is the most advanced and powerful drafting system and productivity tool for experienced estate planners. The system assists you in preparing customized and tailored plans for each client.
Co-authored by renowned master estate planners Jonathan Blattmachr and Michael Graham, this system is the most intuitive and intelligent software system available – giving you the planning flexibility you need and customization capability you want.
Tackle complex issues and create sophisticated, highly tailored plans efficiently with Wealth Transfer Planning.
Planning for tax uncertainty
Asset Protection Strategies using trusts, partnerships, and other entities
Specific document strategies intended to reduce the Gift Tax risk in an Installment Sale to Grantor trust transaction
Using increasing and declining GRAT payments to maximize downstream wealth transfer (and easy automated provisions to use either strategy)
Retirement Asset Planning, including qualification as a Designated Beneficiary to allow continued income tax deferral
Charitable Giving (CRTs, CLTs, private foundations)
Split Purchase TrustsSM and QPRTs
The SuperCharged Credit Shelter Trust℠ – a super idea for married couples
Creative GST options including The Extra Crummey Trust℠ – the best annual exclusion vehicle ever
Beneficiary Defective Trust – income tax efficiency with downstream wealth transfer
Efficient structuring of Marital, Family, and Descendants Trusts; balancing tax efficiency, family access, and creditor protection
Tax planning in "decoupled" states (those with independent state death taxes)
Asset protection strategies using Wills and Revocable Trusts
Customized estate planning for non-traditional relationships and families
Redirecting property through powers of appointment
Maximizing downstream wealth transfer using grantor trusts
Satisfying clients by creating individual cash legacies in trust
Wills and Codicils
Separate & Community Property. State specific options and language. Fiduciary Powers options. Options for unmarried partners available (as well as single and married individuals, including same-sex married couples). Executive Summary.
Separate & Community Property. State specific options and language. Fiduciary Powers options. Options for unmarried partners available (as well as single and married individuals, including same-sex married couples). Executive Summary. Funding Instructions. Practitioner Checklist. Separate Certificate of Trust. Practitioner Action Steps Checklist.
State specific options. Practitioner Checklist. Extensive fiduciary powers. Separate Certificate of Trust. Executive Summary. Crummey Notices.
State specific options and language. Different options for fiduciary powers. Practitioner Action Steps Checklist.
Special Purpose Trusts
Including Split Interest Trusts. State-specific options and language, including acknowledgements. Practitioner Checklist.
Strategic Planning Analyses and Memoranda
Produce memorandum of recommendations to client or practitioner on specific planning strategies.
Power of Attorney
State specific forms.
Family Business Forms
Practitioner & Client Aids
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H. Amos Goodall, Jr., Esquire, LL.M., CELA
Goodall & Yurchak, P.C. - State College, PA
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Moorman, Tate, Haley, Upchurch & Yates, L.L.P.
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John J. Scroggin
Scroggin & Company, Counselors At Law
"I researched all the estate planning drafting systems on the market before purchasing ILS Wealth Transfer Planning. It is by far the best drafting system in terms of both the estate planning documents themselves and the resources and expertise available to users. ILS allows me to do sophisticated documents and, as a side benefit, I also use ILS for research and education."
Dale Ann Kaiser
Kaiser Law Group