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CALIFORNIA CHARITABLE TRUSTS ATTORNEY

California Charitable Trusts Attorney

We cannot take our money with us and it does not matter how much we made. It all will be left behind. There are three options what we can do with a good built wealth:
  • Leave it to the family
  • Leave it to the government
  • Leave it to the charity

Mostly, people prefer to give their money to their family and charity over taxes. When it relates to the charitable planning, your assets can truly change lives. The first thing you need is to make sure that you have a successful and solid plan before moving forward. At The Margarian Law Firm, our charitable planning attorneys will help you to preserve and transfer your wealth in the most tax-efficient manner!

Philanthropists are encouraged by The Internal Revenue Service. If you make a gift at death, it will result in a charitable income tax deduction as well as you will get an estate tax deduction at death. Those people who give their assets to charity are provided with various tax breaks. Moreover, charitable giving is not only giving monetary assets. You can donate your art collections, boats, planes, buildings and other assets to the charity. You may even retain the use of your assets during lifetime.

The Margarian Law Firm assists its clients with several available charitable planning options, including:
  • Private foundations
  • Family foundations
  • Charitable life estates
  • Charitable trusts
  • Donor advised funds.
At our Law Firm, we will evaluate your specific estate planning need and we will carry out your wishes as you desire. If you want to learn more about California Estate Planning, we encourage you to speak with our knowledgeable and experienced lawyers who will help you to develop a plan that saves you the most money.

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