Trusts

If something happened to you, do you know who would inherit your estate?

It's never too late to be prepared with solid estate planning whose forward-looking writing can stand the test of time — and withstand any legal challenge.

Without a trust, for example, your assets would have to go through the probate process before they can be distributed. This can make the process far more time-consuming and expensive for your surviving loved ones.

Creating a trust is a secure, fiscally responsible way to ensure that your assets are passed on to your heirs exactly according to your wishes. You give the trustee the power to distribute your assets without going through the court.

There are many different types of trusts and a wide variety of situations that can involve trust issues. Unlike probate, which is public, the administration of a trust is a private matter. Properly prepared trusts can help your heirs avoid the inconvenience of a costly probate proceeding.

At Lovelace Killen P.L.L.C., we understand that a trust can be a critical and beneficial estate planning tool. Our lawyers have almost 30 years of combined experience with recommending the trust that can be tailored to a particular client's unique situation.

We know the estate planning and probate laws of Texas, and understand how the laws can be utilized for your benefit. And we take the necessary steps to ensure that your heirs are provided for according to your wishes, including strategies to avoid or minimize estate taxes whenever possible.

Burleson And Cleburne Irrevocable Trusts Attorneys

Picking the right law firm, one that is not only expert and skilled but personally attentive too, can make all the difference. Lovelace Killen P.L.L.C. lawyers are seasoned professionals who are committed to excellence in everything we do in practice areas of asset protection, estate tax minimization, wills, trusts and powers of attorney.

We are also proud of our reputation for being the kind of law firm that is responsive to your needs, wishes, goals, issues and concerns. We are always happy to answer your questions, at no charge, during an initial consultation.

When you need extraordinary legal representation from experienced Burleson trust attorneys, contact us at 817-349-6106 or fill out the contact form on this page to set up a free consultation with one of our trial attorneys. Hablamos español.