Estate Protection: Plan Early, Plan Often

Posted By American Med Spa Association, Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Estate planning may not be the first item on the to-do list once physicians complete residency and start practicing, but it should be.

Physicians have similar concerns and needs when it comes to estate planning as non-doctors do, but they accumulate wealth to a greater degree and more quickly than most people, says Kara Rademacher, JD, an estate planning and administration attorney with New York City-based law firm Douglass, Rademacher and Brown. Furthermore, physicians work in a profession with a high likelihood of getting sued, hence the more urgent need for estate planning that protects assets and puts in place direction for transitioning or unwinding a medical practice.
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