Wills and Trusts

Wills and Trusts can be viewed as tools used in estate planning. There is a general misconception that wills and trusts should be of interest only to the wealthy. This is an absolute falsehood. Fact of the matter is an estate plan provides the legal mechanism for disposing of property upon death in a way that recognizes your wishes and the needs of your survivors, while minimizing taxes. This is useful when involving estates and trusts, or estates and wills. For many it involves, even more importantly, planning for the handling of affairs in case of disability, and the deeply personal medical choices to be made as life nears its end. Estate planning is not just for rich people.

If you have any questions about wills and trusts, contact one of our wills and trusts lawyers today.

Wills are written and signed documents made by individuals which provide for the disposition of their property when they die. A Trust is an arrangement under which one person (trustee) holds legal title to property for another individual (beneficiary).

Wills and Trusts Attorneys

Our Wills and Trusts attorneys are lawyers focusing in the fields of Estate Planning and Wills and Trusts and all aspects thereof.

There are many different aspects to Wills and Trusts law, including:

  • Estates And Trusts
  • Living Trust
  • Wills
  • Living Wills
  • Probate
  • Offshore Asset Protection Trust
  • Intestacy (Dying Without a Will)