Trusts

If you have more than $100,000 in assets or a house, creating a trust will allow your family to avoid the expense and delay of probate. Creating a trust will also ensure that your family's private financial information remains private and does not become part of public records through a probate proceeding.

Trusts allow you to decide who will manage your property if you are unable to do so or in the event of your death. A living trust is created to exist now, holding your property. The Sacramento trust lawyers associated with us can assist you in making these important life decisions. Contact us to be put in touch with lawyers who can help you make the right decisions regarding your estate planning.

Answering Your Questions Regarding Estate Planning With Trusts

We help you consider such questions as:

  • How do you want to distribute your property?
  • Who will manage your goods and assets?
  • For whom should you provide?
  • Do you need to manage property so children use it responsibly or receive it when they are older?
  • Do you need to protect property from any future creditors with a spendthrift provision?
  • Do you need to care for a child with special needs?
  • Do you need to have a will?

Our trust lawyer associates help people in the Sacramento area create and revise living trusts, revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts, AB trusts, charitable trusts, special needs trusts, spendthrift trusts, Q-TIP trusts and provisions for minor children.

A trust does not exist until you transfer property into it. We will work with your banker and real estate broker to make sure your important assets are transferred into the trust you create.

Consult With An Experienced Lawyer Regarding Your Trust Questions

If you have questions, you may contact a California attorney through this website or call us at 916-229-6847 and we will discuss your legal matters.

This does not constitute a guarantee, warranty or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter.