Too often we’ve heard donors say they have a swell attorney who can help them with their estate planning. Too often this attorney’s expertise is in real estate, contracts, or putting business deals together. The law is vast, and your donors don’t always understand that the law, just like medicine, is specialized. For estate planning, wills and trusts preparation, etc., they need an attorney with that area of specialty.
We make this point by posing this question to your donors, should a cardiologist perform orthopedic surgery? If the answer is no, then why use a real estate attorney to do your estate plan? The article will answer that question, quite convincingly, we believe!
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