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Will & Trust Issues
Part of the estate planning process involves the creation of wills and trusts.
- A will or testament is a legal document that declares who receives the estate in the event of death. Property will transfer from the deceased to another party who is named in the will.
- A trust allows a trustee to hold or distribute assets for the benefit of beneficiaries. Trusts can be helpful in avoiding probate and in some cases will reduce the estate tax which would otherwise be paid.
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One of the most common trusts used today is a revocable trust. Also called a living trust, this type of trust arrangement allows the creator of the trust to cancel the trust or change its terms as long as they are living. If you are starting the estate planning process or need legal help to contest an aspect of a will or trust then contact our firm. A will or trust may be the best option for distributing your estate at death, but it is important to seek professional legal guidance on what approach may be best for you.
Will or Trust Issues? Crary Buchanan Can Help.
How you decide to plan your estate is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. By doing so properly, it will guarantee that your beneficiaries will receive everything according to your wishes. Often, issues arise that are cause for concern among beneficiaries and grantors alike. In the event that you need help planning a will or trust, or contesting one that is already in place, our legal team is available to help.
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