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What we do
Create Estate Plans that Protect LGBTQ Families
When it comes to protecting your assets and making sure your family is protected, you need an estate planner that understands your family dynamic.
As members of the LGBTQ community, our attorneys understand and have a plan for your unique family situation.
why we do it
We're Just Like You
Since the Obergefell ruling made marriage equality the law of the land, LGBTQ couples are entitled to equal dignity under the law. The marriage equality ruling drastically changed the legal landscape for LGBTQ couples, and Giampolo Law Group is experienced with what those changes mean for estate planning. GLG can help you establish or reorganize your estate plan to address your concerns while accounting for the complexities in state and federal laws relating to property ownership, gifts, health insurance, and inheritance taxes for the LGBTQ community.
A properly structured trust will avoid putting your loved ones through the expensive, lengthy, and emotionally draining court probate process. Moreover, you can prevent some or all of your assets from being subject to estate tax upon your death, allowing more of your estate to be enjoyed by your loved ones.