I greatly respect Ted’s knowledge of and expertise in the areas of trust and estate planning, asset protection planning, business planning, medicaid planning, and charitable planning. He is an expert in his field and is innovative and thorough…
– Thomas C. Sturgill, Owner, The Law Offices of Thomas C. Sturgill, PSC
A guardian of a legally incapacitated adult can do a lot of things for him or her: pay and collect debts, file lawsuits on the ward’s behalf, make investments, manage real estate, and more. But can a guardian make an estate plan for a ward?
On this episode we talk to an estate planning attorney, Ted Gudorf, J.D., LL.M., about buying hunting property with a group of buddies as well as some of the things to consider when passing down your hunting property to your children.