Postmortem planning is something that you must take into consideration when you are making preparations for the inevitable. Deciding how you want your financial resources distributed is part of the equation. However, you also must take the necessary steps to make these wishes come to fruition.
There is a human element because there are practical tasks that must be completed when your estate is being administered, whether you use a last will or a trust of some kind to transfer your assets.
If you were to have executed a revocable living trust you must leave behind instructions for your family regarding the administration of the trust.
To do the above you are going to have to be apprised of all of the details. To this end we have prepared an informative report on trust administration that we are offering to our neighbors here in the Long Island community absolutely free of charge.
When you read this report you will gain a rudimentary foundation as you consider the realities of trust administration.
To obtain the report click this link and complete the form that you see on the right of the page:
After you read the report you may want to discuss things in more detail with an expert. Should you be interested in doing so we are available for a free consultation.
We can be reached by phone at 800-295-1917, and you can also get in touch via our contact page: Long Island Estate Planning Consultation
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