Trust & Estate Services

In recent years, living trusts have grown increasingly popular as substitutes for wills in estate planning. They are sometimes called revocable trusts or inter-vivos trusts. Living trusts can have several advantages over wills, including avoiding probate, avoiding guardianship, maintaining liquidity, and keeping privacy.

While the word estate might sound like something only the wealthy have, the truth is almost everyone has an estate. An estate is simply composed of everything you own, such as:

  • Home(s)
  • Car(s) and other vehicles
  • Valuables
  • Money
  • Furniture

Let us help you figure out your estate and plan adequately for the future!