What is a Living Trust?

A living trust is a very important part of probate law, as it reassures individuals that their assets will be handled according to their wishes if, by chance, something should happen and they can no longer manage their own estate. Many people choose living trusts not only because they do not require power of attorney, but also because these trusts can be passed directly to one’s heirs and not have to go through probate court.

At Garg & Associates, P.C., our team of Houston wills and trusts attorneys are here to help you prepare for the future. We understand how important it is to plan your estate, and we are ready to put our knowledge and experience to work for you. Call us today at 800-242-2151 and schedule an initial consultation to discuss your needs and wishes.

What Your Living Trust Can Do

A living trust is an efficient way to pass your assets on to your heirs after your death, and this can occur all at once or it can be spread out over a period of time. When using a living trust, your assets will be transferred to a trustee upon your death, and that person will then disperse your assets to the beneficiaries you designate.

The process of creating a living trust can take as little as a few weeks. Even though living trusts make the estate planning process easier for many individuals, you will still need to work with an experienced attorney to make sure your beneficiaries are provided for according to your wishes.

Contact Us

Contact the Houston wills and trusts lawyers of Garg & Associates, P.C., today at 800-242-2151 with any estate planning concerns you may have.

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