Mr. Gudorf teaches financial advisors the benefits of establishing special needs trusts for disabled individuals. This includes discussing the distinction between first party and third party special needs trusts.
I am an attorney specializing in estate, business and charitable planning. I have known Ted Gudorf for over ten years and have worked with Ted on many cases. Not only is Ted extremely bright, he is dedicated to his practice and his clients to a degre… Read More
– Carol Gonnella, Gonnella and Majors, PC - Jackson, Wyoming
Many people appreciate the convenience of “transfer on death,” or TOD, assets. TOD assets are typically investment accounts, but in Ohio, you can also designate vehicles and real estate to be transferred on death. Sometimes the terms “transfer… Read More
There are many types of trusts with different features designed to achieve different estate planning goals. Depending on the type, trusts can keep assets out of probate, prevent beneficiaries from wasting their inheritance, protect assets of benefici… Read More