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Trusts Attorney Serving Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
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A Trust is a comprehensive way to plan for your estate. A Trust, similar to a Will, allows you to designate responsible parties and plans of action upon your passing. This includes designating who receives your assets and establishing who should provide care for a minor child through guardianship provisions. However, Trusts have many benefits that Wills do not.

Our Trust Packages

  • Outline how assets are to be disbursed upon passing

  • Provide specific plans for how one’s assets are managed during incapacity

  • Transfer real property or other assets into the Trust

  • Establish guardianship for minors and allocate resources for their care

  • Establish guardianship for pets and allocate resources for their care

  • Appoint individual(s) to make financial decisions on your behalf if you are unable to do so

  • Appoint individual(s) to make healthcare decisions on your behalf if you are able to do so

  • Outline healthcare wishes (life-saving measures, comfort care, etc.)

  • Outline post-death care (plans for remains, services, etc.)

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Benefits of a Trust

  • Avoids probate entirely so assets are disbursed quickly, privately, and most cost-effectively

  • Allows the ability to detail specifics over who gets what upon passing (Ex: can allow one to postpone distributions to young beneficiaries until they have reached an age of financial maturity or on the condition of meeting certain education requirements, etc.)

  • Ensures minor children are cared for by a carefully selected individual of your choice

  • Gives a trusted individual financial access to manage your affairs in the event you are incapacitated (avoids missed payments, payment of utility bills, etc.)

  • Individual appointed to be Power of Attorney has the ability to use your financial resources for your best interest

  • Provides control over healthcare choices

  • Provides control over post-death choices

  • Can be established to protect the assets beneficiaries receive from being accessible to potential future creditors

  • Avoids family members or court-appointed individuals from having to make difficult decisions during a crisis

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Drafting a trust can save your family from a lot of stress in the future. Contact our law firm today in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Along with Coeur d'Alene, we serve the surrounding areas of Kootenai County, Benewah County, Shoshone County, Bonner County, and Latah County, Idaho and we have an office in Los Angeles, California.