3455 Peachtree Rd NE
Suite 500
Atlanta, GA 30326

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Kilpatrick Advisors

(800) 488-3210

 
Member SIPC Lifelong Relationships. Welcome to Kilpatrick Advisors - The Pinnacle Building Member of The Financial Services Institute

    


We help individuals and families proactively address the key wealth issues that they face over the course of their lifetime. 

Those issues include:


  1. Potential Growth of investment assets. 
  2. Effectively using credit.
  3. Maximizing the value of your qualified retirement plans and tax deferred investments.
  4. Enhancing the value and protecting your compensatory stock options and restricted stock.
  5. Business succession planning.
  6. Devising gifting strategies to children and charities.
  7. Selecting the best entities for your durable power of attorney and health care power, executor of your will and estate.
  8. Ensuring that your assets are titled properly and coordinated with wills and trusts.
  9. Defining your legacy plan for your family and your passions.  
 

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