Doug Coe is a third generation Wichitan with a passion to help clients achieve the peace of mind and knowledge that all of their ducks are in a row.
Doug went to Wichita Collegiate School, Trinity University as a Baker Duncan Scholar, and the University of Kansas School of Law where he served as the Managing Editor of the Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy.
Early in his career, Doug worked at a leading regional firm where he saw a very broad range of cases. Later he worked at a national firm as a local specialist in their Tax, Trusts, and Estates department. As the founder of Legacy Legal, LLC, Doug focuses his practice on estate planning, probate, trust work, and the related fields.
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Doug is married to his beautiful bride, Caitlin, and has two beautiful daughters.
Your net worth is far, far more than the dollars and cents. Sure, we need to plan for the transfer of financial wealth, but if we don't consider the rest of the picture, we can inadvertently create a plan that actually causes problems with both the financial and non-financial components. In your plan, we should strongly consider how your faith, education, experiences, values, worth ethic, and relationships might inform your strategy.
Money is like dynamite. It's an awesome, power tool. But, too much, at the wrong time, and/or in the wrong hands can be a real problem. Conversely, not enough won't get the job done. For each beneficiary, there is a range of appropriate quantities of dynamite. For example, a young couple with over a million dollars in life insurance might not like the idea of their two young kids inheriting all of the life insurance money outright with no strings attached, plus accumulated savings, in the event of a tragedy.