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What Sets Durfee Law Group Apart?


At Durfee Law Group, we focus on helping our clients structure their estates to be a blessing for generations to come. Too often, an inheritance ends up being a painful or destructive burden. It is not just what the family does with the wealth. It is what the wealth does to the family. Let us help you avoid the common pitfalls.

When families have a healthy relationship with wealth, the family thrives and the wealth grows and prospers. That is what it means to create a “dynasty.” The path to a family dynasty may be narrow, but it is well worn. We have helped guide many families in their journey. We are very familiar with the rough patches along the way. We can help you.

Dynasty Estate Planning is our niche. Typical “estate plans” focus on events surrounding death. The wealth hits beneficiaries like a flood when a dam breaks. They get wet, once, but the water (or the wealth) moves on, leaving a path of destruction in its wake. With Dynasty Planning, wealth can flow through your family like a stream. Each generation receives water in turn. The stream also grows as each generation contributes.

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About The Founder

Rick Durfee founded what has become Durfee Law Group PLLC in 1988. He has been one of the preeminent attorneys in the country for decades Martindale Hubble rating. He frequently speaks at industry and consumer conferences all across the country, sharing the benefits of Dynasty Estate Planning with families and their advisors.

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November 6, 2019
Fraudulent Conveyance

Fraudulent Conveyance

What is a Fraudulent Conveyance? First, a fraudulent conveyance has nothing to do with “fraud” per se.  A fraudulent conveyance is an asset transfer that is voidable.  In other words, the transfer can be undone or clawed back in order to satisfy a creditor’s claim.  “Clawing back” a transaction is […]
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Charitable Remainder Trust

Charitable Remainder Trust

A Charitable Remainder Trust is a way to give something to Charity in the future, while retaining the income during one's lifetime. There are different types. The Numbers let you know if it will work for you. Timing is everything. The charity can be your own Family Foundation