With a pilot among our DSM Law family, we understand the unique intricacies of this industry and how it may play into the overall estate planning process. In addition to FAA law mandating retirement at age 65 ( with potential future changes to this age mandate), pilots flying for major airlines are often managing the details of their family estate plan, a potential 2nd business income, 401k plans and retirement programs.
We will walk you through the estate planning process to ensure you, your family, and your assets are protected in the event of disability or death. Contact us today to start the process of building a comprehensive estate plan.
Focused Estate Planning:
- Ensures personal assets are allocated to family, charities, or those whom you have designated as a beneficiary.
- Prevents misunderstandings and family conflict by providing clear communication in the transfer of your wealth.
- Builds a framework for decision-making with direction from you to your family through: Revocable Living Trusts, Last Will & Testaments and Powers of Attorney
- Includes a Living Will / Health Care Surrogate that gives directives in the event of incapacitation or the need for assistance with health care decisions.