Consider the many types of trusts when creating an estate plan

On Behalf of | May 11, 2016 | Estate Administration & Probate |

Are you in the process of creating an estate plan? If so, you understand the importance of making all the right decisions.

While a trust is not the right approach for every individual, it may be something that fits your estate plan. If you are interested in creating a trust, it is important to understand that there are many types from which to choose.

For example, a revocable living trust is among the most common. This type of trust is extremely flexible, allowing you to make changes as you see fit.

Another option is a special needs trust. With this, you are able to provide for a loved one with special needs even after you have passed on.

You can even setup a pet trust, giving you peace of mind that your pet will be cared for after you are gone.

Many people shy away from a trust because they are unfamiliar with the benefits. Don’t let this happen to you. Instead, take the time to learn more about each type.

Do you have questions about trusts? Are you wondering if this option is best for your estate plan? Don’t wait around any longer. Instead, contact us online or via phone to discuss your situation and learn more about how we can best serve your financial needs, both now and in perpetuity.

We have helped many people create the right type of trust. Even if this is something you decide against, we are here to provide you with the guidance and advice you need. It is never too late to examine your estate plan and make changes for the better.