National Trust Planning
South Dakota Estate Planning Attorneys • Serving Clients Nationally
We help families and attorneys across the nation with reviewing, forming, or modifying trusts to accomplish their asset protection, tax and wealth planning goals.
Why should you have a trust in South Dakota?
- South Dakota has the top-rated trust, tax, asset protection and privacy laws in the United States (#1 trust jurisdiction in all categories by Trusts & Estates magazine in 2020)
- South Dakota has no income tax, so your trust can grow free of state income taxation
- South Dakota is the top state for bank assets and according to the FDIC had $3.27 trillion in 2019
- South Dakota has a constitutional prohibition against estate and inheritance taxes
- South Dakota has had a balanced budget since statehood
- South Dakota is the only state that has 100% funded pension
- During COVID-19, South Dakota did not shut down business or commerce and has proven itself fiscally sound and stable when compared to other states
- South Dakota has among the lowest unemployment rates in the United States
Unparalleled Planning Opportunities
Income Tax Planning
- Special Spousal Property Trusts
- Non-Grantor Trusts
- Pass-Thru Business Deduction Planning
- Installment Planning
- Special Purpose Entities
Estate Tax Planning
- Dynasty Trusts
- Grantor Retained Annuity Trusts
- Hybrid Trusts
Asset Protection Planning
- Domestic Asset Protection Trusts
- Inheritance Protection Trusts
- Dynasty Purpose Trusts
- Entity Planning
- Quiet Trusts
- Flexible Reformation/Modifications
Why use Legacy?
You need a seasoned advisor. Jayna Voss is inducted to the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, AV® Preeminent™ peer rating from Martindale-Hubbell®, recognized in Great Plains Super Lawyers® (only 5% of attorneys in South Dakota earn Super Lawyer status), and recognized in The Best Lawyers in America® in the field of trusts and estates; a member of the American Bar Association; Sioux Falls Estate Planning Council; and is admitted to the South Dakota Bar, Iowa Bar, and North Dakota Bar and the United States District Court for the District of South Dakota.