WHAT IS A TRUST?
Trust: noun, "A trust is a legal instrument used in estate planning to manage and distribute assets and property."
A trust is a powerful tool that allows you to manage and distribute assets and property, during your lifetime, at the time of incapacity, and at the time of death. It allows you to control what happens to your assets even when you are not able to do so personally. It can make your intentions clear and relieve your family of the burden seeking court intervention at the time of your disability or death. It promotes peace by bringing clarity during a time of potential crisis.
Did your sister in California tell you that you must use a trust and not a will, no matter what? Call us and ask about that. She may be right; or she may not be.
If you elect to use a trust, is the trust the only estate planning document you need? Probably not. Call us and ask about that.
Family circumstances can change without warning. Through it all, you can set your family up for peace by planning ahead.
At Wysocki Law, we make estate planning easy. We will guide you and answer your questions every step of the way. We can help you design and execute your estate plan without ever leaving your home. Do not procrastinate - let us help you plan!