If you are in the process of building your estate planning, to ensure your Texas family’s future financial security, our experienced estate and probate attorneys can advise on the necessity of a will, medical directives — in the event you are ever incapacitated — and the wide range of irrevocable and revocable trusts available to you.
A trust is a legal property interest established by a grantor, and held by a trustee, to assist a beneficiary. It can be considered revocable, meaning it can be changed or terminated at any time and for any reason, or irrevocable (it cannot be changed for any reason).
A trust that becomes effective upon your death is called a testamentary trust. A living trust is created while the grantor is still alive, in order to avoid probate costs.
These trusts allow a trustee to control and direct property, and exercise other legal rights. Trustees have decision-making powers and duties that are designed to work in the best interests of the beneficiary.
At Pursley McNamara & Flint, PLLC, we listen carefully to your wishes and goals for your trust, and customize our quality estate planning representation to suit your unique needs. Whether you want to establish a pet trust, for instance — which is available, with benefits of up to $10,000 — a trust for Class Three weapons, an education trust for your children or a spendthrift trust, containing beneficial features that standard wills do not, we can document your wishes in ways that bring you peace of mind.
Do you have questions about trusts, wills, medical directives, asset protection,guardianships or estate planning issues faced by nontraditional families in Texas? We invite you to contact us to arrange a free initial consultation.
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