Create A Customized Trust To Meet Your Estate Planning Needs

It is a common misconception that trusts are merely for very wealthy individuals. In reality, they are a common instrument in estate planning and most people could benefit from having one or more.

Trusts are a good way to avoid probate, save on legal fees, avoid court and retain control of your assets. And because they are highly customizable, you can create a trust to suit just about any financial purpose.

What Kind Of Trust Do You Need?

I'm attorney Richard Davidson of Davidson Law Office, and I'm ready to discuss all of your estate planning options, including what kind of trust may be right for you. Just a few of the many revocable and irrevocable trust options include:

  • Estate planning trusts
  • Business trusts
  • Real estate trusts
  • Special needs trusts
  • Trusts with spendthrift provisions (for heirs who may have difficulty managing lump-sum inheritances)
  • Medicaid trusts

As mentioned above, these are highly customizable. No matter what your estate planning goals may be, chances are good that I can help you create a trust to help achieve them.

Trust Administration, Related Services And Litigation

In addition to helping you create customized trusts, I can also help you:

  • Administer trusts and advise trustees
  • Buy or sell real estate related to the trust
  • Buy or sell assets related to the trust
  • Administer funds
  • Retain and manage trust assets

When disputes between trustees arise, they must sometimes be resolved through litigation. Examples include demands for trustee removal, demands for rendering and accounting, and demands for inventory. You can learn more by visiting my estate and probate litigation page.

Get Answers To Your Questions In A Free Initial Consultation

Davidson Law Office is located in Bedford, Massachusetts, and serves clients throughout Middlesex County. To take advantage of a free initial consultation with an experienced trust lawyer, call me at 781-275-0222, or fill out my online contact form.