At Martin Law, PC we believe in a comprehensive approach to managing real-life issues, and we want you to feel confident about the choices you make. When you are establishing a comprehensive estate plan, one of the most important pieces of that plan can be a trust. It is important that you hire a knowledgeable attorney to guide you through the steps of estate planning and establishing your trust if you need one. Let us guide you in preserving your family’s assets and protecting your future interests so you can experience a peace of mind.
At Martin Law PC, we have decades of estate planning experience. We can put together a customized plan for your individual needs. Call (845) 764-8104 today.
The primary reasons for forming a trust are asset protection, and controlling when and how the money or assets you leave behind will be distributed and received. If you do not have an estate plan in place, much of your assets could end up going to taxes or being fought over.
A few of the different types of trusts we help establish include the following:
If you would like to get started with a free consultation, please call our office now at (845) 764-8104.
The administration of a trust is a very delicate process which must be handled carefully. It is advisable that you do not take any action before you have spoken with a lawyer. At Martin Law, PC, we have focused our practice on handling these types of sensitive legal matters. We understand that this is a difficult time for you and your family. We aim to handle matters as smoothly and quickly as possible. Our knowledgeable legal team can help you fulfill listed obligations and avoid any mistakes.
A few of the obligations you may have include:
We understand that trust administration can be very confusing and complex to navigate on your own. Our firm is here to guide you smoothly through every step of the legal process. Our trust administration attorney is known for professionalism and attentiveness, and we work to prevent or correct any problems that may arise, such as if anyone listed in the will contests its provisions. Our priority is to ensure you are aware of your responsibilities and rights, and to help you carry out those responsibilities of an executor or representative.
Contact us now at (845) 764-8104 if you would like to set up an appointment for a complimentary case consultation with a Dutchess County trusts lawyer.