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Legal Advice on Revocable Trusts

Do you need expert legal advice on revocable trusts? If you’re concerned about what would happen to your loved ones in the event of your death, it’s time to call Attorney Neil Beller to schedule your consultation appointment. Neil is happy to share his knowledge about revocable trusts with you, and he’ll offer you insights that will help you to make informed decisions confidently.

What Are the Benefits of a Revocable Trust?

If you have decided it is time to get your assets in line and prepare everything so your loved ones will be taken care of in the event of your death, it’s time to decide if you want a revocable trust or a living will. Here are some of the benefits of choosing a revocable trust:

  • Should you become physically or mentally incapacitated, you will be able to ensure that your estate is protected and can only be used for you.
  • Unlike a will, you can easily make changes to a revocable trust.
  • Upon your death, your property will be available for immediate liquidation if necessary.
  • Unlike a will, you do not have to produce the original revocable trust upon your death. There will be multiple signed copies that can be used.
  • If you should die or become disabled, your investment management will be uninterrupted.

A revocable trust is created by an individual to name another person as their co-trustee to ensure their assets are managed properly. Individuals have the option of naming either a person or corporate trustee. You may now be wondering if a trust or will is more beneficial for you to have. A will does not cover your assets in the event of an injury or illness, whereas a trust can ensure that your property will remain available to you if you become incapable of managing it.

Another reason a revocable trust is more beneficial than a will is probate will not be a problem. Probate can get in the way of a will distributing your assets, which can be costly and time consuming. Probate does not apply to revocable trusts, meaning that your family members will be able to obtain your property and other assets with ease. This subject can be difficult to consider, and Neil will be there for you to help guide you through the process.

Do I Need a Revocable Trust?

Whether or not a revocable trust or a living will is the right choice for you is something that must be decided on a case-by-case basis. Call attorney Neil Beller today at (702) 368-7767 to discuss your options and decide which one is right for you. Neil offers expert advice that is based on a wealth of professional experience in the Las Vegas court system.

Neil Beller will be your professional legal advice on revocable trusts to ensure that you know exactly what you are getting yourself into and that your assets will be handled appropriately. It’s hard to think of your own death, but it is necessary if you hope for your family to move on with ease. Knowing that your finances and other assets are in good hands will give you peace of mind. If you are interested in setting up a revocable trust in Las Vegas, please don’t hesitate to schedule your consultation.

  • Reach out to attorney Neil Beller for expert legal advice on revocable trusts.