Your trust attorney should be a trusted ally as you prepare documents to establish your estate distribution.
There are plenty of reasons to consider setting up a trust as part of your estate planning process. However, you may not realize that there are several different types of trusts. Some trusts are set up during your lifetime, while others are established upon your death. It depends on how you prepare the documents that dictate the formation of your trust.
If you are looking for help with an existing trust or setting up a new trust, don’t hesitate to contact us at Vanderbloemen, Fleischer & White, PLLC. One of our trust attorneys can help you understand how different types of trusts work and give you the information you need to determine if a trust best meets your needs and goals.
We will take the time needed to really listen to you and understand your goals and objectives. We can discuss various types of trusts and your reasons for setting one up. Whether you are looking to set up a trust to manage assets for minor beneficiaries or protect your assets from potential legal battles over a contested will, or if you are hoping to avoid probate headaches, your trust attorney can help you reach your goals. Trust agreements can be private and confidential as well and can replace a last will and testament.
Your trust attorney should be a trusted ally as you prepare documents to establish your estate distribution. We want to be that trusted ally, so give us a call today and schedule your consultation in Lenoir, North Carolina, or at one of our other locations.
At Vanderbloemen, Fleischer & White, PLLC, our trust attorneys proudly serve those in Catawba, Claremont, Connelly Springs, Conover, Denver, Granite Falls, Hickory, Hiddenite, Hildebran, Hudson, Lenoir, Maiden, Morganton, Newton, Rhodhiss, Sherrills Ford, Taylorsville, Valdese, and Vale, North Carolina.