Lawyers, like doctors and other professionals, habitually use language that is practically impossible for many of us to understand. They use language familiar to them but sometimes forget that it may be unfamiliar to you if you do not work in their field of trust and estate law.
So how are you supposed to get what you want from a trust lawyer if you can’t understand what they are talking about or, worse yet, what if they aren’t really understanding exactly what you want in your will or trust?
All to help you, we have written a handy guide to some trust language you may hear from your lawyer or written in documents you have or have been given. With this guide you should be able to ensure you get what you want at the best possible cost.
A trust can be a valuable resource in your estate planning and asset protection. Unfortunately, a trust can also be complicated by state and federal regulations, codes, and statutes.
And, get a head start on understanding your trust lawyer so you can make sure you get what you want.
Click here to read A Guide to Lawyer Language: Understanding Trusts
If you already know exactly what you want your trust to do, call 610-933-8069 for an appointment. You’ll also receive a free CD of important estate planning information and other resources before your appointment by mentioning the offer: Trust Guide if you call or email.