Estate Planning for Property Investors
Understand the general concepts of Estate Planning as well as how owning investment properties can complicate your estate for your loved ones. There are taxes, partnership matters, and family issues to be considered. Whether you own one rental property or one hundred, it is important to plan for how your legacy and rental business will be dealt with after you pass away. As an estate planning attorney and second-generation rental property investor, Julie Martiniello has extensive experience helping families plan for the transition of their rental business and other assets in their estate.
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