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Why you need a Trust
Trusts can serve various purposes, including:
Attorney Drafted Trust Considerations:
In conclusion, the decision between attorney-drafted and self-service trusts depends on the complexity of your estate, your comfort with legal documents, your budget, and the level of legal advice you require. For more intricate estates or situations, seeking the assistance of an experienced estate planning attorney is often advisable.
Disclaimer: Clocr, Inc., is not a law firms and we do not provide legal advice.
Frequently Asked Questions
A trust is a legal arrangement in which a person (the “trustor” or “grantor”) transfers assets, such as money, property, or investments, to another person or entity (the “trustee”) to hold and manage for the benefit of one or more individuals or organizations (the “beneficiaries”). Trusts are commonly used for estate planning, asset protection, and managing the distribution of wealth over time.