San Jose Trust Attorney
Law Offices of Michael J. MacLellan, Esq., — We Can Do Your Trust
For many families, setting up a trust to preserve and distribute financial assets according to the exact desires of the estate holder is the keystone of estate planning. In many cases, however, a trust may not be necessary, and may actually prevent a fair distribution of assets, if not set up properly. How you go about setting up and administering the terms of your family trust can mean the difference between an effective means of reducing probate taxes and losing assets unnecessarily.
Additionally, when preparing a trust, we prepare the pourover will, health care power of attorney, durable power of attorney and any deeds to assure no tax increases.
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At the Law Offices of Michael J. MacLellan, Esq., in San Jose, California, we can help you understand exactly how setting up a trust may or may not be in your family's best interests. There are a wide range of estate planning options that may be available to you, depending on the complexities of your estate and your desires for distributing assets upon your death.
Our office will provide a no-cost half-hour consultation to discuss your specific asset distribution goals. We offer comprehensive estate administration and probate representation services, as well as a complete range of legal instruments to help you meet your estate planning needs. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with an experienced estate planning lawyer.
Our Santa Clara County Living Trust Lawyer Is Here to Help You Take Care of Family Members Who Cannot Care for Themselves
We are a family-oriented law firm that understands the importance of standing up to protect minors and vulnerable adults who cannot provide for themselves. Establishing a living trust or a special needs trust to care for the financial needs of a disabled child or adult is a great way to provide for their needs after you are gone. You can also file for conservatorship over the financial estate of a family member whom you feel may be vulnerable to elder abuse or fraudulent use of funds by others.
If a dispute about the contents of one of these documents does arise or of how a trust is being handled, we are also fully prepared to represent you in any trust litigation that may become necessary.
Contact us today to discuss ways we can help you with all of your estate planning and trusts needs.