PO Box 635
Deciding how you would like your assets to be distributed after your death and avoiding costly estate taxes are important components of your financial plan. Without proper planning, your loved ones are left to settle your estate — an expensive, time-consuming process riddled with legal red tape. Fortunately, for many people, creating a solid estate plan is as easy as updating beneficiary designations and drafting a will.
Every Helios Integrated Estate Plan is state-specific for all 50 states and can include the following:
Every Helios Integrated Estate Plan has the ability to include language that addresses conduit language for IRA’s, opportunities to convert shares to a Special Needs Trust or postpone distributions in exceptional circumstances (example: drug use), State-specific requirements, flexibility to plan for unknown changes in state and federal estate tax law, and more. This is an example of how Helios only applies attorney-quality documents and language in the final outputs of all Estate Plans.
For more information and to discuss pricing