Legal Guides for Trusts
Written by attorney Kyle Eric Norton, over 3 years ago.
Living trust Set up and in effect while you are living. A living trust, also known as a Revocable Living Trust or a Family Trust is a legal document that holds title or ownership to your... more
Written by attorney David Waterstradt, 9 months ago.
A brief overview of the most commonly used types of trusts. Introduction There are so many different types of trusts that it is natural that people who do not deal with them on a daily... more
Written by attorney Rebecca Evans, 11 months ago.
Many people come to my office asking whether or not they need a Revocable Living Trust. In reality, it is simply a matter of preference and this legal guide points out some of the positive... more
Written by attorney Rebecca Hobbs, 12 months ago.
When a client poses this question to me, I give them the typical attorney answer, “well, it depends.” I know, I know, people hate that answer. But, it does depend.
Written by attorney Donald Lins, about 1 year ago.
Many families struggle daily with the demands of caring for a family member with health or developmental challenges. Whether it is autism, Parkinson's, cerebral palsy, birth defects or some... more
Written by attorney Albert Cohen, about 1 year ago.
For most people constructing a will or a trust will seem like an overwhelming task. Some people may even avoid the project entirely because they don't want to deal with it. Unfortunately,... more
Written by attorney Courtney Devine, about 1 year ago.
There are a lot of questions concerning the differences between a Living Trust and a Will. This guide will answer some of our most frequently answered questions to help you plan your estate.
Written by attorney Richard Ham, about 1 year ago.
In aprevious post, I provided a brief overview of the National Firearms Act of 1934. In this post, I will discuss gun trusts and the benefits they provide when seeking to acquire weapons... more
Written by attorney Mark E Wight, over 1 year ago.
Pulling It All Together
With the information from the Trust Primer and the Medicaid Primer we can now address the question of whether or how trusts can be used in Medicaid planning.... more
Written by attorney Thomas Rossmeissl, over 1 year ago.
The estate tax laws have been in a state of flux over the last several years, making estate planning somewhat challenging for many clients. The recent changes in the estate tax laws that... more