With wealth comes responsibility. Certainly, that sense of responsibility resonates in every aspect of your life today.
But what about tomorrow?
How will your values ultimately shape your legacy and your children?
What do you desire for your children and grandchildren?
Will the responsibility that accompanies wealth strengthen and inspire, or damage them?
Who will provide the measured, objective judgment necessary to ensure your legacy thrives and creates harmony rather than discord?
You and your Foley attorney likely have spent a good deal of time planning for the years ahead — establishing a will, discussing your estate, and solidifying your wishes. These are not easy plans to make, nor conversations to have, which is why you trust your attorney to help guide you through the process.
You've come to count on your attorney for his or her sound judgment and solid advice. You may think it is a natural extension of your relationship to expect that your attorney will know your wishes and act on your behalf if and when you are unable to do so. When you have considered the alternatives and asked your attorney to become your trustee and play a more active role with your family and the administration of your wealth, you formalize this unique relationship.
You may not have been aware of the FOLEY Private Office, which has been created to support the trust administration needs of Foley attorneys serving as trustees. For almost a century, FOLEY Private Office and its predecessors have been providing wealth administration services to the firm's most affluent clients.
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