The Smart Estate Plan Protector ˢᵐ

Ensure your estate plan works as planned, without using a trust. 

Beneficiary documents

Create a set of verified beneficiary documents

Get organized

Create an Organized Document to Assist You and Your Heirs

Estate Plan

Like a Mini-Estate Plan

Passing Assets

Ensure Assets Pass Quickly and Easily

The Process


The Smart Estate Plan Protectorˢᵐ is a step in a 3-part process. Initially, we will discuss the benefits of this review as well as the problems that can occur if your beneficiaries are not properly documented.

Then, we will work with you to review all of your financial assets that may or should have beneficiaries assigned to them, allowing these assets to pass on to your heirs quickly and easily, as well as avoiding probate court and eliminating costly attorney’s fees.

Finally, we will help you to modify and refile your beneficiary designation documents as needed, to ensure that your assets are passed on to your estate in the manner you want.



Avoid unnecessary attorney fees and court costs by avoiding probate


Ensure your assets will pass quickly and easily onto the persons and charities you want


Like a Mini-Estate Plan and, in many ways, better than a well & trust (This process is no substitute for a well-planned trust strategy)


Create an organized document that will assist you and your heirs in locating your assets and contacting the right persons to transfer them


Create a set of verified beneficiary documents

Get Started

Enroll now to get started with The Smart Estate Plan Protector ˢᵐ.  Discover a better, smarter, safer way to ensure your estate plan works as planned without using a trust.

Helpful Guides and Newsletters

“Top 7 Questions for an Effective Beneficiary Audit”

When was the last time you did a beneficiary audit for your retirement accounts? Ask the right questions.

Featured Newsletters

Monthly Client Newsletter December 2020

Wrapping up 2020 It’s a new year!  How did you do with your year-end tax planning?  Let’s review some questions and important tax strategies that you might still be able to take advantage of now and start the new year off right by implementing these tax strategies...

2021 Key Financial Data

Financial Guides Happy New Year to you and your family! I hope you and your family had a safe and healthy holiday season, leaving you recharged to move full steam ahead into 2021. As we enter a new year, it’s a good time to review your tax plan in light of changes to...

7 Estate Planning Things You Must Do In the Time of Coronavirus

Estate PlanningIf you get sick and require hospitalization due to COVID-19, you will be immediately isolated from family. So the time to finish up any unresolved advance planning and organization is now.Self-isolation and quarantines have given rise to unique problems...

Last Will & Testament: Add A Letter Covering These 14 Wishes

Having a will is necessary, but there is a great deal of information the legal document does not include. Here’s what to cover in a supplemental letter that specifies preferences, discloses critical logistic info, and will save your family significant stress during a...

Home Equity Conversion

If you own your home, and you have at least 50% equity to market value, watch this video to learn how you can (and why you should) convert that home equity into a contract that will allow you to withdraw annual tax free income at retirement. Click here or click image...

A Widow’s Worst Nightmare

The Smart Estate Planning NewsletterWhat can be worse than losing a spouse—especially with young children to raise? How about being forced to go through probate and losing needed assets to ex-spouses and estranged family members? If only there had been a will....

Estate Tax Liquidity

If you have a current net worth of at least $5,000,000 growing faster than inflation, and want to minimize the estate tax your family will need to pay when you pass on, watch this short video to learn how you can protect the value of your estate from the IRS.  In...

The Benefits of a Living Trust

Even if we have a will at the time of our passing, all of our assets and liabilities will need to be settled in probate court before they can be distributed to our families. Watch this short video to learn how your estate can easily avoid the delay and cost of probate...

6 Tips for Organizing Your Records

Estate Planning If you got hit by a bus tomorrow, would your loved ones know how to access your important records? Would they know which accounts you hold and where your money is? What about insurance policies? Real estate ownership papers? You may have your records...

Potential Estate Tax Threat?

The Smart Estate Planning Newsletter Over the past few decades, federal taxes have generally trended lower.  That era may be coming to an end, especially for well-off individuals. The major factor to consider is that our country might finally be forced to confront the...