How To Determine If You Require A Trust

A trust is an essential tool in any comprehensive estate plan which seeks to protect your assets. If created properly, it can designate who will serve as an administrator to disperse property and other assets you leave behind after your passing without the need for probate. Drafting such a vital tool for your estate requires the counsel of a seasoned legal professional.

At the Law Offices of Ann T. Wilson in Seattle, Washington, we possess over two decades of experience helping our clients prepare for the future and protect family members. Our Seattle-based law firm stands ready to assist clients with creating this important document.

How Can A Trust Benefit My Estate?

Contrary to common misconceptions, trusts are not exclusively used by wealthy individuals with significant assets to pass on. In fact, everyone, regardless of income level or amount of accumulated assets, can experience the myriad of benefits of a trust such as:

  • Helping to prevent disputes about the distribution of assets within your family after your passing.
  • Offering tax savings by efficiently using existing tax laws.
  • Ensuring privacy for your family's internal financial matters.
  • Helping keep your assets from being subject to the lengthy and costly probate process

Helping Clients Overcome Legal Obstacles To Safeguard Assets

Our firm excels at providing the personal attention and counsel clients need to overcome estate administration related legal obstacles. Our lawyers can help you safeguard the assets you wish to pass on to your loved ones by helping to avoid the probate process. Do not struggle with the complexities of trust administration law; reach out to our experienced law firm today.

Prepare For The Future — Contact Us Today

Do not allow your family to be intimidated by the complexities involved in establishing a trust. Give us a call at 206-701-6093 and let our firm step you through the process of comprehensive estate planning. Trust attorney Wilson to carefully listen to your concerns and recommend optimal solutions to your legal issues. You may also contact our firm through email or by filling out a contact sheet on our website.