Sun City firm helping Arizonans effectively utilize trusts

On Behalf of | Jun 6, 2019 | trusts

One of the greatest benefits of estate planning is the fact that it is a custom-tailored process that can be modified to suit your needs. Although many find great relief in the number of options available to them, others find the matter completely overwhelming. They don’t know where to start when it comes to estate planning, and their fear of making a mistake paralyzes them into inaction. While the stress and fear of what may appear to be an enormous undertaking is understandable, the truth of the matter is that estate planning doesn’t have to be difficult.

With the guidance of an experienced attorney, Arizonans can identify the estate planning vehicles they want to utilize to help them achieve their asset distribution goals. For example, if you want to leave some money to a nephew but only under certain circumstances, such as his graduation from college, then an attorney can help you create a trust that imposes that condition on the release to trust funds. If, as we discussed previously on the blog, you want to make sure that your children from a previous marriage receive their fair share of your assets, then you might want to utilize another type of trust with different provisions.

One of the keys to successful estate planning is identifying what you want for your estate and your loved ones. An experienced attorney can discuss this matter with you to help you hone in on what you want for the future. Once that is accomplished it is much easier to begin the estate planning process and see it through to the end with modifications being made along the way as needed.

At the Moore Law Firm, we have helped countless Sun City area residents better ensure that their estates and their loved ones are cared taken care of for years to come. But you don’t have to have enormous amounts of wealth to find value in an estate plan. We’ve assisted individuals of all income brackets create the plan they need to protect their interests and their wishes for the future. If you’d like to learn more about estate planning, the tools that can be utilized throughout the process, and what our firm has to offer, please continue to browse our website.