"Estate planning might entail more than just a basic will. Making your wishes known through a will is a good place to start. For some, it may be necessary to investigate alternative testamentary papers in order to facilitate the transfer of assets to a beneficiary. Following the execution of your will, it may be prudent to explore the use of a trust for certain assets. A trust maintains assets prior to them being subjected to probate, the court-supervised administration of an estate.
A trust is fundamentally different from a will in that assets are frequently transferred more quickly due to the absence of probate and at a lower cost due to considerable tax benefits. A trust is not only for the wealthy. There are numerous reasons why anyone should consider establishing a trust. Understandably, estate planning may be a difficult and painful subject.
Our office is committed to providing a supportive atmosphere that assists clients in constructing a comprehensive estate plan, which includes wills and trusts. We have decades of experience with estate planning and administration. Our skilled attorneys are available to walk you through the many trust alternatives and assist you in selecting the one that is most suited to your objectives."
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