Adam Randle is passionate about protecting client assets throughout their lives and preserving those assets for children or other beneficiaries in the future.
He counsels individuals and families who are planning ahead or dealing with the loss of a loved one and advises those who wish to provide for small children, as well as those who are preparing to transition wealth or a family business to the next generation.
Adam regularly assists clients who intend to pass businesses down to the next generation by developing trusts, often used in conjunction with limited liability companies or an existing corporation, that allow for the orderly transition of assets with optimal tax savings.
He often prepares the following documents for his clients:
- Revocable trusts
- Durable financial powers of attorney
- Health care declarations
- Irrevocable insurance trusts
- Gift trusts
- Premarital agreements
He also has experience implementing more sophisticated estate and gift tax planning techniques such as family limited partnerships, limited liability companies, grantor retained annuity trusts, qualified personal residence trusts, sales to intentionally defective grantor trusts, charitable remainder trusts, and private foundations.
In addition, Adam handles trust reformations, post-death trust and estate administration matters, guardianships and conservatorships, and preparation of gift tax, estate tax and fiduciary income tax returns.