The firm's attorneys are experienced in complex laws affecting the transfer of property and associated tax implications. They structure transactions so clients take full advantage of applicable tax credits, deductions, and exemptions to maximize benefits to their businesses, families and philanthropic beneficiaries. A full-service estate planning law firm, Craver, Grothe & Cox, LLP provides clients with integrated plans that explain both legal and tax consequences before any decisions are made. They work closely with accountants and financial professionals to advise clients on:
Wealth preservation planning
Drafting of revocable, irrevocable and charitable trusts, wills, powers of attorney and other estate planning documents
Federal and state estate, inheritance, income, gift, and generation-skipping tax advice
Probate and Trust Administration
Stepped up cost-basis
Capital gains upon the sale of real property, etc.
How gifts can reduce your estate tax burdenAlternate valuation elections
The net worth of their clients ranges from modest to substantial, and they address both legal concerns and family and personal concerns that are important to clients during wealth preservation planning.