Trust Administration

Trust Administration

Individuals can control the distribution of their property during life or after death through the use of a trust. Property that is properly titled and passes through a trust avoids the time and expense of probate. However, once the owner of a trust passes away, the successor trustee is responsible for evaluating the property, filing taxes, paying bills on the trust’s behalf, and finally, distributing the property in accordance with the terms of the trust.

Expert Services

Our firm will assist the trustee, providing legal counsel throughout the process. We understand that trust administration can be difficult without extensive financial and legal knowledge. Our team of experts will help you navigate this complicated undertaking.