Transferring your property, through a gift or by trust, is a common transaction. However, transfers of property to minors are often more complicated and require more thought, in order to be accomplished appropriately. Children are considered to be too inexperienced to be legally competent to manage their own assets. Therefore, third parties are unwilling to deal with minors, even if they are competent in fact. Learn more about it in this presentation.
Gerald Dorn is a shareholder and has been a partner at Anderson, Dorn & Rader, Ltd. Since 1998. Mr. Dorn has extensive experience serving wealthy families and business owners in the development of estate, tax and asset protection planning strategies. He made the decision to focus his practice in the area of estate planning after witnessing the personal grief and financial loss suffered by several of his clients as a result of poor planning. These experiences motivated him to dedicate his professional life to assisting his clients to preserve their life’s work for their heirs and to create a lasting legacy for those they love. Mr. Dorn is able to accomplish his mission through the use of a vast number of estate planning tools, both basic and advanced, for all of his clients at Anderson, Dorn & Rader, Ltd.