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Do I Need A Trust?

As an estate planning tool, a trust can allow you to effectively remove assets from your estate, either while you are living or after you die. This can protect you from tax liability and enable you to put your assets in the hands of your loved ones, trusted administrators or worthy causes.

Protecting Your Assets And Taking Care Of Your Loved Ones

Attorneys at Pearson & Paris, P.C., in Lakewood, Colorado, serve clients in the Denver area who wish to protect their assets and provide for their loved ones. We can sit down with you, listen to your concerns and advise you regarding trusts and other tools that can alleviate worry and fear about the future. Talk to us about:

  • Trusts that can provide for your children if something happens to you
  • Revocable trusts (which can be changed while you are still alive) and irrevocable trusts (which cannot be changed once they are in force)
  • Life insurance trusts
  • Benefit planning for Medicaid, which can include the establishment of trusts for federal benefits
  • Marital trusts, sometimes known as A-B trusts
  • Thresholds for state and other taxes
  • Special-needs trusts for loved ones with disabilities
  • How to fund a trust using your will

Contact Us | We Can Answer Your Questions

Contact an estate planning lawyer at Pearson & Paris, P.C., to discuss your needs. We can answer your questions.