Kansas Estate Planning
It has been said that most individuals spend more time planning their family vacation than they do planning their own estate. The failure to devote sufficient time to the management and disposition of one’s estate in the event of disability or death can result in consequences far more severe than experiencing a “bad trip.” However, willingness to devote adequate time to the effort will not in and of itself ensure adoption of an appropriate estate plan. Proper planning also requires knowledge of all relevant factors and choices.
This 156-page book is designed by an attorney in our estate planning department to be an objective discussion of most factors involved in the estate planning process. Unlike most estate planning books designed for the general public, it specifically addresses the impact of Kansas laws on estate planning issues and techniques. The author believes this book is one of the most comprehensive and informative overviews available to assist Kansas residents in either implementing an estate plan or reviewing an existing estate plan.
This book should not be considered as legal advice or a “do it yourself” guide. Due to the inherent complexity of estate planning issues, the strategies or principles discussed in this or any other book should not be implemented without the counsel of a competent estate planning attorney. To see a description of what is covered in the book and to print an order form, click here.