A Trust Provides the Following Benefits:
• A trust can provide for the orderly transfer of assets to a surviving spouse, children, or other beneficiaries at death without probate.
• A trust can remain confidential from the public, unlike a will and probate proceeding, which are public matters.
• A trust can avoid the costs and delays of a probate proceeding.
• A trust can allow the settlor to retain full control of his/her assets during his/her lifetime.
We represent clients in trust and estate matters. If you have questions concerning your particular situation, then please call our office during business hours to schedule a telephone conference or office visit, or complete the adjacent form and we will contact you.
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