Pasadena Trust Administration Attorney
Excellent and Trustworthy Administrators in Pasadena
Living trusts are one of the best means of planning your estate for your future passing and are the best way of avoiding the necessity of probate. By drafting a trust, you as the trustor will delegate a trustee to handle your estate while you are living, after your death, or both. This trustee will be responsible for handling your assets, property, and other components of your estate to your benefit during your life, and to the benefit of a pre-designated beneficiary after your death. They will also be responsible for administering your estate to your family and loved ones instead of a probate judge.
Although it may seem as though estate planning, wills and trusts, and other such matters may be unnecessary at this time, it is never too early to get your estate in order. Life is unexpected, and it is wise to draft a living trust and designate a responsible trustee to handle your estate. We are dedicated to fulfilling fiduciary duties such as trust administration and have extensive experience in all areas of estate planning and family law. Call our offices at your earliest convenience to review your legal options with a skilled Pasadena estate planning lawyer.
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The Law Offices of Donald P. Schweitzer has been in practice for over 15 years. We are client-focused and results-oriented, giving our full attention to resolving your estate planning issues as quickly and effectively as possible. When it comes to trust administration, you can place your faith in our firm to honor the wishes that you have laid out in your will or living trust. We will make sure your estate is properly handled and distributed after your passing. Contact our firm today!
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