STUART TRUST LITIGATION LAWYER
About Trust Hearings
In many instances, an individual will enter into a trust agreement as part of their estate plan. The person setting up the trust agreement is called the “settlor” or sometimes a “grantor.” Setting up a trust may be desirable for a number of reasons. For one, the settlor may want to lower the liability for their estate tax or they may want to avoid a court-supervised probate proceeding. Some trusts offer unique protections for property upon the death of the settlor. Those who wish to set up a trust must decide between the different types of trust, depending upon their specific needs.
Some different types of trusts are revocable or “living” trusts, irrevocable trusts and land trusts, just to name a few. Those who are entering into a trust agreement will then decide what property they want to be placed into that trust. The property will then hold under the terms of the trust for the beneficiaries identified in the trust agreement. To effectively navigate the many uses and benefits of trusts you need the help of a skilled attorney.
Stuart Attorneys From Crary Buchanan Can Help
For more than 85 years, Crary Buchanan has been known as the firm to go to in Florida if you want the best possible legal help for your estate planning issues. Our firm is constantly retained to handle trusts so that the wishes of the settlor are documented and carried out. Our attorneys are dedicated to helping clients resolve their legal matters swiftly and successfully.
Our firm wants to help you get the results you are looking for. Call 888-899-8161 to discuss your case.