Helpful Florida Elder trusts Information


Trusts may be used to preserve assets and direct how the assets will be distributed to beneficiaries. Other trusts may be limited to a particular beneficiary if that person is incapacitated or not otherwise able to manage money and assets. You may place all or only some of your property in your Trust. Trusts may include provisions to pay educational, medical and other expenses for the beneficiaries.

After ascertaining your needs and goals, we prepare a comprehensive Trust document that sets forth the establishment of the Trust, the persons to benefit from the Trust, and the expenses and other matters that may be paid from the Trust.

In some circumstances, a Trust may help you avoid probate.


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