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Trust Attorneys in Gilbert, AZ

If you need trust administration attorneys in Gilbert, AZ, look no further than the Law Offices of Brandon White. Each lawyer in our estate planning division on our team has the skill to guide you through your legal journey. This includes helping you create Revocable Living Trusts, Updating Existing Trusts or Administer a Trust after someone passes away, our Team can help.

Trust Planning Services We Provide in Gilbert, AZ

When you need a trust lawyer in Gilbert, turn to the Law Offices of Brandon White. Our attorneys can provide you with knowledgeable representation.

Many who already have established trusts will need to make changes to them. Our lawyers can help you modify or terminate your current trust to fit your needs.

A revocable trust is a flexible trust that allows the trustor to more easily revoke or modify the trust in certain situations.

Special needs trusts (SNTs) offer an option for beneficiaries classified as disabled by the Social Security Administration. These trusts ensure that a beneficiary will still be eligible for needs-based government benefits.

An irrevocable trust cannot be modified or terminated. Once the final paperwork is signed, control of the trust is transferred to a third-party trustee.

If you're looking for an irrevocable trust or life insurance trust attorney in the Greater Phoenix area, contact our Arizona estate planning law firm today!

What Is a Living Trust? 

A living trust, also known as an inter vivos trust, is a specific type of trust established while the owner of the trust is alive. A trust is an entity separate from the trust owner that is used to manage the trust owner’s assets.

When someone creates a living trust, that person is known as the trustor or grantor. The trustee is the individual who is responsible for managing the trustor’s assets within the trust. A living trust allows trustors to avoid the probate process.

Schedule a Consultation with Skilled Arizona Trust Attorneys

The Law Offices of Brandon White proudly provide the Gilbert, AZ, area with dedicated legal counsel. If you or someone you know needs a trust planning lawyer in Gilbert, call our office today.

What Are the Benefits of Setting Up a Trust?

Setting up a trust on your own can be time-consuming and confusing. Let our Team listen to your needs, wants and family structure and create a customized Trust Based Estate Plan for you that meets your wants and needs. Let our Trust Lawyers help you protect what you have worked so hard for and protect those you may leave behind.   

Securing Your Assets

A trust affords you the peace of mind that comes with knowing that your money is safe and will be used according to your wishes. 

Trusts Can Be Changed

For those concerned about tying all their money up in a trust, some trusts offer increased flexibility, allowing you to revoke or alter the trust.

The Trust Is Totally Yours

Revocable Trusts offer Clients total control of their assets. As the trustor, you will have the final say on every major decision, and maintain complete ownership of everything in the Trust.

How Our Experienced Trust Attorneys in Phoenix, AZ, Can Help

At the Law Offices of Brandon White, we assist with many trust administration concerns. Our trust administration attorneys in Phoenix, AZ, are skilled in trust law, and we are ready to offer legal advice to you. Some benefits of setting up a trust with our legal team include the following:

  • Personalized financial advice
  • Trustworthiness
  • Explanations of complicated documents
  • Filing completed for you

We make it as simple as possible to set up a trust to protect your assets and your family.

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Contact Gilbert Trusts Lawyers Near You Today

Don’t regret failing to secure your finances. Get in touch with a dedicated trust attorney in Gilbert, AZ, at the Law Offices of Brandon White.

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I’m not married and have no children. Should I still set up a trust? How about a power of attorney?

Even if you’re not married and don’t have children, it is still important to protect yourself and your assets by creating an estate plan. Trusts and estate plans offer asset protection and incapacity planning so that someone of your choosing, can step in and make all important financial and medical decisions for you (based on your instructions) should you be incapacitated and not able to make decisions for yourself. In addition, having a trust and estate plan can ensure your assets and funds will be allocated however you want.

Does a living trust avoid probate?

Yes, a living trust can help you avoid probate. In Arizona, the purpose of creating a living trust is often to avoid probate and keep matters out of the court process, maintaining privacy. This includes both revocable and irrevocable trusts.