Trusts

If you have given thought to how you want to dispose of your assets in the event of your death, you could find yourself scratching your head and asking, “Do I need a will or do I need a trust?  In fact, what are the main differences between wills and…

Setting up a revocable trust or irrevocable trust is an effective estate planning strategy. Trusts can help you avoid probate and maintain privacy in the allocation of your property. However, trust disputes threaten to use up valuable resources that you have reserved for your loved ones. At Business Estate &…

Imagine that you recently received notice that you are a trust beneficiary but the trustee refuses to provide you with a copy of the trust.  Or perhaps you are a trustee, making good faith efforts to administer a trust, but one beneficiary keeps making unreasonable demands resulting in wasting trust…

A trust is a legal arrangement in which a person called a grantor transfers property to a person named a trustee for the benefit of a beneficiary. While seemingly complex, trusts can provide better communication and clarity with the estate planning process. They also provide for periodic transfers of wealth…