If you are like most people, you work to save money when and where you can. However, when it comes to estate planning matters, your attempts to save money can actually end up costing you more. When you are planning for your future and the future of your loved ones, it is imperative that you understand only a seasoned trust and estate attorney can understand the wide variety of laws that impact property rights, taxes, probate and trusts. Below are a just a few ways a trust attorney can help you:
Maximize your results
Whether you are dealing with administrative tasks or litigation related to a trust, having a lawyer on your side will help ensure that you maximize your results. This includes protecting you from liability as well as working to obtain the best amount available for you to recover.
Save you money
The more efficiently your case is handled, the less it will cost you. The high costs of trust administration and litigation are often the result of cases lingering. A knowledgeable trust attorney will make sure this doesnt happen. We actively work with you to help keep your legal costs down. To learn more, click here for a free audio download of our popular CD, 21 Secrets to Cutting Your Legal Fees in Half.
Save you time
A lawyer who focuses solely on estate and trust matters has likely dealt with issues similar to those involved in your case and can help anticipate any problems that may arise. Being on the offensive (instead of the defensive) can save you time in getting to the final result.
Handle the complex stuff
A trust lawyer can help you create a trust accounting, provide notice to creditors and properly manage trust assets. In administrative matters, we can help you defend any challenges and protect you from liability. In trust litigation matters, we can assist with removing a trustee, getting trust assets frozen and recovering lost assets.
If you have been appointed to administer a trust or you are an unhappy beneficiary of a trust, you dont have to go through this alone. We will do most of the heavy lifting and maintain an open line of communication throughout the entire process. Call today if you have any questions: (714) 963-7543.