Long Island Trusts Lawyers
Serving Clients Since 1983
If you already have a last will and testament, you might think that you have finished with estate planning. However, you might want to consider adding a trust to your estate plan. As with a last will and testament, you can leave property to beneficiaries through a trust. However, it has some distinct benefits. For instance, you can move property into a trust to protect it from lawsuits and judgments while avoiding probate.
Additionally, a trust provides more control over how your property is distributed. For instance, if you have minor children, you can set guidelines in the trust so they won’t receive the assets until they reach a certain age that you determine. These are just some of the benefits.
Numerous types of trusts are available, and choosing the right one is essential when creating your estate plan. This is why we recommend that you consult with our Long Island trusts lawyers before moving forward. After reviewing your goals and assets, your attorney can help you choose and fund a trust to include in your estate plan.
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