Trusts are used to reduce large estate taxes, and to shield the transfer of assets from being part of the public record as an estate goes through the probate process. When choosing and forming a trust, you want an experienced estate planning attorney to help you ensure the best choice for you and your loved ones.

It’s important to spell out exactly what you want when it comes to a trust. There are different types of trusts utilized to protect you and your beneficiaries, with each trust addressing specific circumstances. At Argos Legal Group, we take the time to carefully understand your needs to determine the proper trust to be formed.

If you do not have an estate plan in place, you potentially put what you have worked hard to attain at risk. Though the internet is filled with do-it-yourself trusts, using a downloaded from never truly serves all of your needs and may not be honored if the document doesn’t comply with applicable state laws.

A trust is created during a person’s lifetime and survives the person’s death. Choosing the proper type of trust depends upon your individual needs, and choosing a knowledgeable estate planning attorney is important to meeting those needs. At Argos Legal Group, we help clients prepare for the future by putting a solid trust in place.

law bookThough it’s sometimes difficult to plan ahead for the worst, it’s something that has to be done. Trusts allow distribution of assets without the need of going through the probate process. Trusts authorize trustees to distribute trust assets, while also minimizing the time and expense required for the distribution to take place when properly worded.

Estate planning includes fundamental documents, such as trusts, that take into account all of your assets and need to be executed during your life to fully state your intentions regarding your estate. This is where the trusted team of attorneys at Argos Legal Group can help. Take the first step towards protecting your hard earned assets by scheduling an appointment today!

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