Retirement, investment planning seminar Sept. 26
Submitted by crecord2010 on Tue, 09/10/2013 - 4:34pm
Many families and individuals that own land in the Eagle Ford Shale region have benefited financially from oil and gas production on their land. While the financial rewards have been great for many, new found wealth can create a host of issues to consider in planning for the future.
New found wealth can cause concerns about maintaining that wealth for the future and the next generation, protecting it from creditors of family members, and concerns about family fairness.
It does not take a large number of mineral acres in certain parts of the Eagle Ford Shale region to drastically change ones financial status and possibly subject them to the estate tax. One can consider using trusts and other vehicles to protect one’s wealth, interests, and family legacy.
One should also consider...
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