A trust is
an arrangement where property is transferred by a person called
the “Trustor” or “Grantor” to a person called a “Trustee” to be
held and administered by the Trustee for the benefit of another
person or persons called a “Beneficiary” or “Beneficiaries”.
Many of our
clients find trusts to be an important component of their estate
A person can
establish a trust in his or her will (called a “Testamentary
Trust”) to take effect after his or her death.
Non-testamentary trusts (called “Lifetime” or “Inter-vivos”
Trusts) can be set up during one’s lifetime; such trusts can be
set up to be either revocable or irrevocable by the Grantor.
Trusts can be
established to accomplish purposes which are too numerous to be
mentioned here, but include categories as spendthrift trusts,
special needs trusts, income trusts, charitable trusts and
We have prepared
many trusts, of various kinds for our clients to accomplish
their unique needs and objectives, and we have the skills needed
to meet any situation which our clients may fact in this area.
Call us for a
no cost appointment to review and discuss your situation. We’ll
give you honest, individualized and straightforward advice about
how you can achieve your objectives, and answer any questions
you may have.