You’ve worked hard to provide a secure financial future for your family. Proper estate planning is a multifaceted endeavor. Our Wealth Advisors will work with you to create a comprehensive, customized approach to accomplish your goals and fulfill your wishes—helping to ensure your trust, estate plan, and investments all align and work toward your intended goals. We’ll help you ensure the wealth you’ve built is preserved for your family as you intend.
Trust administration carries out the terms of a trust once the grantor has passed away. This includes paying off debts, paying taxes, and collecting and distributing assets.
First Interstate can assist in coordinating the sale or title transfer of your property upon your passing. Additionally, we can manage any rental investments or other properties associated with your trust.
Regular reviews of your will and trust terms is important. First Interstate’s Wealth Management team will review your estate plan and ensure it complies with current laws—providing peace of mind that your wishes are being fulfilled.
First Interstate can assist in setting up and administering custodial accounts for your minor beneficiaries.
First Interstate makes sure your estate is properly administered and settled—ensuring your wishes are fulfilled.
Estate Planning Services
A Power of Attorney (POA) is a written document authorizing someone to make decisions for you in the event that you are unable to do so for yourself. First Interstate Wealth Management can help you establish a POA or serve as one for you. Additionally, we can act in the interest of minors who may or may not have other family members to handle and oversee their finances.
Through our trusted advisors, First Interstate can serve as the Corporate Trustee to administer your trust.
Our Asset Management team oversees and maintains your financial portfolio. We offer a customized, comprehensive, and integrated approach to managing your various assets, including but not limited to investments, real estate, liquid assets, and more.
Gifts or bequests to charitable organizations are often an important aspect of estate planning. Common charitable giving plans include Charitable Lead Trusts (CLT), Charitable Remainder Trusts (CRT), gift annuity, and Donor Advised Accounts. Our Wealth Advisors can help implement a plan most appropriate for your gifting objectives.
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