When you execute estate planning documents such as a living trust you are taking care of one of the core responsibilities of adulthood. However, you must consider all the details if you want to make things simple and efficient for your family members after you pass away.
Stating how you want your resources distributed is one thing, but you also must consider the human element, and this is where trust administration comes in. Certain actions must be taken in your behalf after your passing to make sure that your wishes come to fruition, and the typical layperson would have no reason to understand how to proceed.
To demystify the process we have prepared a very useful report that we are offering to our readers totally free of charge. If you are interested in learning about trust administration we urge you to download the report.
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The creation of a revocable living trust can be an excellent alternative to a last will largely because of the fact that these trusts facilitate a smooth transfer of assets outside of the time-consuming process of probate.
However, you do have to take steps to make sure that the trust is administered properly.
If you find yourself with further questions after reading the report we would be glad to provide you with a free consultation. To make an appointment you can give us a call at 317-684-1100. Another option would be to contact us through the website: Arrange Free Estate Planning Consultation
Mr. Kraft assists clients primarily in the areas of estate planning and administration, Medicaid planning, federal and state taxation, real estate and corporate law, bringing the added perspective of an accounting background to his work.
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