Helping Families Administer Their Trusts
Trusts are an increasingly popular – and valuable – estate planning tool. However, the laws regulating trust administration have become increasingly complex. If you have been named a trustee for a friend’s or family member’s trust, it is important to obtain professional guidance on the many regulations governing trust administration. The law imposes a complex web of requirements, from mandatory notifications to detailed accountings and special tax filings. Additionally, trustees are subject to important fiduciary duties.
Trustees can be exposed to substantial liability if they mismanage a trust. It is critical to obtain professional guidance at the outset to ensure that you comply with the multitude of legal regulations.
Disputes over trust administration can end up in court. In that case, it is critical to obtain legal counsel to protect your rights and interests in complex trust litigation.
Minimizing Your Risk
You do not need to struggle with navigating the legal requirements for trust administration on your own. At The Law Office of Theresa L. McConville, our experienced Ventura area trust administration team can provide valuable guidance and walk you through the process from start to finish. From the most basic trust to the most elaborate, we can help minimize your exposure to liability and diminish the likelihood of disputes down the road. It is critical to obtain legal guidance as soon as possible. Many legal requirements for trust administration have swift deadlines. If you wait too long, you may end up facing a mess that can be difficult to untangle.
Contact A Knowledgeable Law Firm Now
With more than 40 years of combined experience, our lawyer can readily advise you on all aspects of trust administration. We are passionate about providing personal, attentive client service to help individuals facing complicated legal situations. You can rely on us to consistently go above and beyond to better serve you. To learn more about how we can assist you, call our office in Camarillo, California, at 805-910-7905. You may also fill out the online contact form, and we will be in touch with you shortly. If you decide not to proceed after consulting with us about estate planning services, you will not be charged for the initial consultation. If you do elect to proceed, we handle estate planning matters on a reasonable flat-fee basis.