Hartford Trust Lawyer
Avoid Probate & Plan for a Loved One with Special Needs: (860) 238-0031
If you are interested in establishing a trust or have been named as a trustee and want to make sure you understand your responsibilities, the team at Disability Planning Partners can help. We represent trustees and beneficiaries at our Hartford location and statewide. With our experience in estate planning, elder law, and disability planning, we are uniquely positioned to provide insightful legal guidance that addresses your specific needs. We go beyond merely preparing the paperwork and can help you create an entire plan focused on achieving your goals.
Why Choose Disability Planning Partners?
- We Provide Consultations
- We’re Experienced Legal Advocates
- We Have a Reputation for Exceeding Client Expectations
- We’re Committed to Developing Long-Lasting Relationships
- We Prioritize the Needs & Best Interests of Our Valued Clients
- We Will Work Tirelessly to Ensure Your Wishes are Carried Out
Our Hartford trust attorneys can help you with a wide range of complex trust establishment needs. We can walk you through your options in regards to establishing a trust to provide for a family member with a disability or has special needs. Our team can also help during probate or estate administration if a trust is involved and you have been named a trustee or beneficiary. We can even work with you to create a plan to avoid probate with a trust. Regardless of your specific needs, our team will work directly with you in order to better understand your unique goals. We are committed to each and every one of our clients, working to establish long-lasting relationships that you can rely on.
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About Trusts & Their Benefits
A trust can be a powerful tool in an estate or disability plan. The term “trust” is used to describe a situation wherein one person is given the title to property for the benefit of another. One person (the trustee) is given legal authority to manage property or assets, but not for personal gain. This property is managed for the benefit of another person (the beneficiary). The trustee has a fiduciary duty to the beneficiary. This means that the trustee has a legal obligation to act in the beneficiary’s best interests, in accordance with the specific terms set forth by the trust.
A trust can provide such benefits as:
- Avoiding the cost, time, and publicity of Probate Court
- Protecting assets from estate tax, creditors, and lawsuits
- Providing for a loved one with a disability
- Ensuring continued care and support for a loved one with special needs
- Distributing property and assets to loved ones according to your exact wishes
Our team of experienced Hartford trust attorneys is prepared to help you navigate the legal process. We believe that informed individuals are better able to make the right decisions for themselves and their families—that’s why we share our knowledge of applicable laws with each of our clients, working as a team to create a plan that’s right for you. We firmly believe in the value of planning for your future or the possibility of a future disability, even if you are currently healthy. In fact, creating a plan now can help you avoid future problems.
Contact Disability Planning Partners Today at (860) 238-0031 for a Consultation!