A trust is a legal document that is used for estate planning. Trusts are a great way to manage property and specify who you would like to inherit your property in case of death to avoid any sort of confusion that could require hours of legal work.
But, there are plenty of cases where trusts are either not complete, property is not properly listed within the trust, or there is ambiguity within the trust. This is where a trust petition comes in. Trust petitions allows a closer legal examination of an individual’s trust after death, establishing results and actions in accordance to the intent of the trust. As a trustee or beneficiary, a trust petition can greatly help determine the intent of the deceased and allow property to be rightfully claimed by the right individuals.
Have you recently become the beneficiary of a trust but don’t know what steps to take onwards? Let us represent and guide you through the complex process of a probate or trust administration. When we work together we are working for your interests, so let us help you achieve the best outcome.
As a trustee, you are personally liable to manage the trust’s assets and ensure everything is carried out according to the trust. Contact us today to get legal guidance and protection for yourself as the trustee.