Understanding Trust Administration

The wealth you’ve earned in your life can help your family continue after your death. An experienced probate lawyer from The Voeller Law Firm can draft a legal document that properly administers your trust and protects your assets. We can provide the necessary legal advice to design a trust that works best for your family. This can be an irrevocable, revocable, marital, generation-skipping transfer, grantor, or charitable trust.

Trust Administration Laws in Texas

The laws concerning trust administration are found in the Texas Trust Code. A trustee, also known as a fiduciary, is responsible for carrying out the wishes of the person who appointed them. Some of these responsibilities outlined in the Texas Trust Code include administering the trust to beneficiaries, providing those involved with updates regarding the trust, investing and/or managing assets as an investor, and taking action to collect claims that are due to the estate as a whole.

Call to Schedule a Consultation with a Texas Probate Lawyer Today

In Texas, a trust is a relationship where a trustee acts as the agent for beneficiaries. The process of trust administration can be difficult to understand, making it important to have an experienced probate lawyer by your side. To schedule a no-cost legal consultation with a probate lawyer at The Voeller Law Firm, call (210) 651-3851 today. We can answer any questions you may have about estate planning and help you begin the process as soon as possible.

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