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Trust Administration

Trust Administration

Trust Administration

Many clients establish a living trust as a component of their estate plans.  While the individual creating a revocable trust typically retains control of the trust assets, circumstances become more complicated when the trust creator dies or is unable to act as trustee.  At this time, the successor trustee’s duties may be significantly more complex than those of the original creator, and potential liability may occur if the successor fails to follow the necessary procedures and directions of the creator.  Our office regularly assists trustees though the transitional process of trust administration by advising clients as to the legal responsibilities of trustees and educating them about state specific laws relating to trust administration. 

Practice Areas

Durable Power of Attorney for Financial Matters, Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare and Living Will, Estate Administration, Estate and Trust Litigation, Financial Abuse of Minors and Elderly, Guardianships (Minors and Adults), Involuntary Admissions to State Hospital, Last Will and Testament, Living Trusts, Probate Administration, Trust Administration