Real Estate Law
When Are Trusts Necessary?
Not all estate plans will require a trust. Depending on your needs and the ways you want to see your estate distributed, you may or may not want to create one. The attorneys of McCullough & McCullough will help you determine whether or not a trust is necessary for your estate plan. If it is, we will help you structure your trust so it functions in the way you need it to function. We work with many types of trusts, including:
- Revocable trusts
- Irrevocable trusts
- Special needs trusts
- Charitable remainder trusts
- Qualified terminable interest property (QTIP) trusts
The Right Trust For The Right Situation
We will sit down with you and discuss what purpose having a trust will serve as part of your estate plan. As trusts are not necessary in Texas to avoid probate, you may discover you don’t need one at all. If you do, we want to make sure that you establish a trust that meets your needs and helps your beneficiaries.
One size does not fit all when it comes to trusts. Our Harlingen lawyers guide you through the process of creating and funding your trust, helping you set up your trust so that it protects your hard-earned wealth for your own needs as you get older and for your heirs when you have passed on.
Contact Our Lawyers Handling Revocable And Irrevocable Trusts, Serving Brownsville And The Surrounding Areas
To discuss your legal issue, call us at 956-320-1320 or send us an email. We can resolve many of your issues by phone, fax, email or mail. Travel to our office is not always necessary. Credit cards are accepted.
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