Topic: “Estate planning concerns and other important legal issues Germans living in the US need to know about”
* When and why you need a will or a trust and what is the difference between the two?
* What documents should you have to protect yourself and your family in the event of incapacity from complicated, time consuming and unnecessary involvement of the probate court?
* What special estate and gift tax rules apply to non US citizens?
* What legal issues apply to parents of minor and young adult children and how are these laws different than German law?
Speaker: Dawn Schlueter
September 22, 2011 at 6:30 pm at the
7410 Orchard Lake Road (Nordwest Ecke 14 Mile Road)
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
About Dawn Schlueter
Individuals + Families
High net worth clients benefit from Dawn Schluter’s expansive experience in estate planning, trusts, taxes and family law when drafting their estate and wealth transfer plans. From wills and trusts to premarital agreements and divorce, she successfully helps them protect wealth and preserve assets.
“It is so gratifying to help my clients implement their personal wealth transfer goals. Financial prosperity is powerful and I’m fortunate to be able to help so many successful clients build their assets and ultimately give them away as they wish.”
Dawn is the leader of the Personal Services practice group, a team of caring and experienced attorneys in the U.S. and Canada providing estate, tax, wealth transfer and retirement planning, trust services, family law counsel and other services to help clients and their families prosper.
In her practice, she takes great satisfaction in saving families hundreds of thousands of dollars in estate taxes. The stakes are typically high because many of her clients have in excess of $10 million in assets. Dawn’s job is to help them avoid the privilege of paying even more taxes when they’re gone.