Does it make sense to skip a generation when you are planning your estate?

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Does it make sense to skip a generation when you are planning your estate?

Estate planning is becoming more important than ever as many Americans continue to live longer and enjoy active lifestyles well into their 80s. Setting up a trust for your grandchildren rather than your children can make more sense, especially for parents who started their families at an older age. Typical lifespans can mean that your children will be well into their own retirement when you pass.

If you are in the greater Denver area and want to get your financial affairs in order, it’s time to meet with Meurer Law Offices P.C., a premier Denver estate planning law firm.

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