A business succession plan can help you hand your business over to your family’s next generation by looking at whether or not your company has adequate resources and potential. If your business does not presently have the qualities required to pass on to your children, an attorney can help you investigate whether the necessary resources and potential can be developed.
An estate planning attorney can help you develop a quality business succession plan that meets your needs. Specifically, an estate planning lawyer can help you use instruments such as revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts, and charitable trusts to own and control the equity interests of your business. In addition, your attorney can help you minimize the impact of local, state, and federal taxes on business and estate planning transactions to conserve the assets of the company.
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