If You Own a Business, Don’t Risk It By Ignoring Estate Planning

As 2020 unfolded and the joy of spring quickly dissolved into a desperate search for toilet paper, we became aware of how quickly things can change in an instant.  It has made us at the truckstop aware of the necessity of planning and being prepared.

This is especially true for business owners and anyone else who has assets and loved ones they want to protect.

We also learned that estate planning is neither complicated nor just for people of a certain age. 

To gain more insight and find out how estate planning can protect companies from business identity theft, we talked to Blake Johnson, a registered agent and managing partner of Trusted Estate Planning Attorneys, a Company Alarm partner. He walked us through some of the essentials of wills, trusts, and estate planning and how everyone – and particularly business owners and their heirs – can avoid the considerable expense and traumatic fallout of a protracted probate fight over assets.

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