New York City Trust & Estate Administration Resources
We help families who have experienced the loss of a loved one with the Trust Administration process.
Many people coping with the loss of a close friend or relative find themselves confused and frightened when thrust into the trust administration process. If you have been named a trustee, you have an enormous responsibility under the law. Being a trust administrator creates a responsibility to the deceased to make sure their wishes are respected, as well as a responsibility to protect your own interests when it comes to your inheritance.
We are here to help trustees, beneficiaries, heirs, and family members. We can guide you through the trust administration process to ensure the process goes as smoothly as possible and to ensure your rights are protected under the law.
ߋ What is involved in trust administration?
ߋ How can a trust administration attorney help?
ߋ What is involved in Trust Administration?
Trust administration happens in situations where a person passes away at some time following the creation of a trust. The trust document will name a trustee, and will provide instructions for the use of trust assets.
Check out our Estate Planning & Guardianship Planning Guides for more information on the various types of trusts.
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