At Schneider Rasche LLC, our estate plans are comprehensive, meaning that they are not only designed to assist you with end of life, but also with possible incapacity, health care decisions and, in appropriate cases, asset protection planning. We will help build a plan that is tailored to your needs.

Wills and Revocable Living Trusts

Asset Protection & Business Planning

Buy-Sell Agreement, Family Limited Partnership, Limited Liability Company

 If you own a business, not only must you keep your business afloat on a daily basis, but you must also plan for worst case scenarios such as your own incapacity or death. Who would handle the management of your business if you became suddenly incapacitated? What happens to your interest in the business if you die tomorrow? How can you pass your business down to the next generation without losing a significant portion of its value to taxes? 

Family Owned Businesses & Farms

Planning for family owned businesses, farms & Ranches

Planning for family owned businesses, farms & Ranches

Family owned businesses, farms, and ranches face a number of unique challenges when it comes to estate planning.  Unfortunately, these challenges result in a significant percentage of family businesses failing to survive the transition to the next generation.

Funding Assistance

Reviewing and re-titling assets and property into your trust

At Schneider Rasche LLC, our philosophy is to help families preserve your wealth and achieve your long-term financial goals. We will help you look through your current assets and assist you in re-titling your assets and property into your trust.

Incapacity Planning

Plan for both end of life & incapacity

Most people do not want to consider the possibility that they could become incapacitated; however, the reality is that incapacity can strike at any time. Advanced planning for that possibility can make things easier if it occurs.

IRA & Retirement Planning

Understand your retirement accounts

This simple method of saving for your golden years becomes much more complicated after factoring in the complex and ever-changing IRS rules. 

Pet Planning

Consider who will take care of your beloved pets

Over half a million dogs and cats end up in a shelter each year because their owner failed to make provisions for their care in the event of the owner’s death or incapacity. If you become incapacitated or pass away, what will happen to your pet?

Special Needs Planning

Carefully plan to financially assist your loved ones with special needs

Families who have a family member with a disability must plan for their future very carefully. How assets are left to them after your death can have a tremendous impact on their quality of life. If not planned carefully, your estate plan could cause your disabled beneficiary to lose their benefits.

Trust Administration & Probate

Guidance after the loss of a loved one

A wisely drafted, carefully executed estate plan is a critical component of a family’s wealth management strategy. Our firm’s guiding principle is to provide families with quality Trust Administration and Probate services tailored to each client’s specific needs and goals.