Trusts, Estate Planning and Administration, and Litigation

Estate planning is vital for both young and old to ensure final wishes are followed. Estate planning documents such as living trusts, wills, revocable and irrevocable tax advantaged trusts, and cost-effective charitable trusts, can provide assurance that valuable assets are protected, minimal taxes are paid, and that probate is avoided when beneficial and possible.

Gosma, Tarbox & Associates offers extensive counseling, administration and litigation related to wills and trusts, and probate and trust administration. Clients count on our firm to create estate plans that help to minimize taxes, utilize appropriate wills and trusts, provide for gifting of property when appropriate, integrate insurance planning, and implement business succession plans for family and closely held businesses.

Our firm advises estate administrators and trustees regarding the proper distribution of assets, handling of liabilities, paying taxes, attending probate court proceedings when necessary and carrying out decedents' other wishes, including defending and/or prosecuting will contests and other related litigation.

For a consultation regarding your estate planning concerns, Contact the Davenport Iowa estate planning attorneys of Gosma, Tarbox & Associates

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