What Are the Different Types of Trusts?
Within the trust, you can write out your last wishes. You are called the grantor, or settlor. You have someone that is designated to manage the assets within the trust, called a trustee, and the beneficiaries — or the people who receive the assets within the trust. Upon your passing, your assets will be distributed as you wish as part of the trust so that you may pass on your legacy as you see fit.
If you don’t have a trust or any other form of estate planning in place, you allow the courts to make decisions regarding your assets. The judge may give assets to people that you may not intend them for, which can be a cause for contention after your passing. In many cases, not having a trust means losing some of your property to creditors and estate tax.
Working with a Trusts Attorney to Protect Your Future
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