• Ronald A. Flate

Spectacular Bridges World Wide – and your Estate planning responsibilities

Dear Clients and Friends,

Hopefully you will each enjoy seeing these heart-pounding bridges as much as I did.

For the adventurous among you i suggest having the crossing of at least one of these bridges on your personal bucket-list.

My heart-attack choice is the lumber walkway with the chain “handrail”.

As a former attorney with the estate and gift tax division of the IRS, I urge you adventurous ones, and each of you as well, to handle at this time your responsibility to your loved ones to have at least your basic estate planning documentation prepared, signed and in place.

In view of this, we invite each of you (and others you may know) to call us for a free phone evaluation of this responsibility  to see if we can be of help.

Best,

Ron

Ai-Petri region of Crimea.

Mount Hua in China

Karakoram Mountains in Pakistan

Trift Bridge in Switzerland

Titlis Cliff Walk in Switzerland

Yuntai Mountain in Henan Province

Langkawi Sky Bridge on Machingchang Mountain in Malaysia

Shikoku, Japan

Daedunsan Provincial Park in South Korea

Milau Viaduct in France

Devil’s Bridge in Sedona, Arizona

St. Gervasio Gorge in Piedmont, Italy

The Royal Gorge Suspension Bridge in Colorado

Taungthaman Lake in Myanmar

A “monkey bridge” in Vietnam

The Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge in Ireland

The Qeswachake Bridge in Peru

a 9,200 foot drop in Chamonix Mont-Blanc

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