You might think that you have your estate plan all handled -- after all, you did write out a will that tells your loved ones where things should go. What you might not realize is that a will isn't always going to ensure that your wishes are followed. In some cases, a will might be contested or your wishes might not be as clearly conveyed as you intended.
We know that you might want to make sure that everything in your estate is handled in accordance with your wishes. When it comes to the assets in your estate, you might consider using trusts to handle the distribution of these assets.
There are a number of different trusts, each of which serve a different purpose. Knowing what options you have for the trusts might help you decide which trusts might have a role in your estate plan.
We can discuss your wishes with you and determine which types of trusts might play a role in your estate plan. We can help you sort through the available options so that you can learn how each of the options might impact you and your assets now, as well as your heirs and the assets in the future.
It is imperative that you take a look into these possibilities as quickly as possible. The last thing that you need is to wait too long before you establish these trusts. Waiting could mean that your family members are left trying to struggle through the probate process when they should be focused on trying to grieve.