Whether you establish a traditional trust or a living trust, certain responsibilities and duties must be performed by a trustee in the administration of that trust. Trust administration requires an extensive knowledge of trusts, estate planning, and in some cases, probate law. Attention to detail and commitment to protecting the interests and rights of each client are advantageous qualities to seek when retaining a trust administration attorney.
Some trust administration duties commonly performed by trustees include accounting, sending notices to beneficiaries, estate appraisal and inventory, filing income and estate taxes, and administering any sub-trusts. Should a trust disputes arise, an attorney at Wollman, Gehrke & Associates, P.A. is well equipped to assist with trust litigation.
For assistance drafting trusts, determining how trusts will be funded, managing trusts, or any other trust administration related issue, retaining legal council with specialized knowledge in this area is important. Our attorneys can answer any questions, review your specific situation, and help determine what services are required.
Attention to detail accompanied by diligent protection of the assets and interests of clients is what earned Wollman, Gehrke & Associates an AV-rating by Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory. This is the highest rating available and signifies both superior legal ability and professional ethics. With over 50 years combined experience, our knowledgeable legal team works hard every day to protect and promote the best interests of each client.
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