Revoking a Revocable Trust

A trust can protect assets and real property so that beneficiaries can enjoy your legacy after you are gone. But what if you decide your existing trust is no longer needed?

How to Transfer Real Property into a Living Trust

In estate planning, living trusts allow the Trustmaker to use and access trust assets while they are alive and well, provide for their care in the event of disability and ultimately provide lifetime protection for beneficiaries, including pets. However, creating a trust and then transferring real property into the name of the trust can be confusing.

Valuables You Should Put into Your Living Trust

An experienced estate planning lawyer in Central Florida can promptly assess your situation, your property, and your assets to provide options for legal directives that will provide you and your family with the most benefits.

How to Avoid Probate with a Living Trust

The probate process can be lengthy, expensive, and complicated. It may be in your best interests to avoid probate altogether. An experienced attorney can guide you through the process of creating a comprehensive estate plan that accurately reflects your last wishes.