Trusts protect you, your assets, and your loved ones during your lifetime, in the event of disability, and after death.

Trusts protect you, your assets, and your loved ones during your lifetime, in the event of disability, and after death. Trusts grant powers and give instructions to the people you select to manage and distribute your property as you direct. Trusts can protect you and your loved ones from creditors, predators, probate, guardianships, legal proceedings, lawsuits, and the high cost of long term care. Wills are public, but trusts are private. Trusts can help you qualify for benefits and pay for long term care. Trusts can help you save money on taxes.

Why Most People Should Have a Trust
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Why Most People Should Have a Trust
Trusts can protect your assets and save you and your family hundreds of thousands of dollars, and if you are very wealthy, millions of dollars. Trusts can protect you from the nightmare of probate, and from the horrors of guardianship. Trusts can protect you from creditors, predators, and the high cost of long term care at home or in a nursing home. Trusts can efficiently and effectively pass your property to whom you want the way you want. Trusts can help qualify you for tax benefits and government benefits. Trusts are private, unlike wills, and are harder to challenge than wills. Trusts can protect your loved ones with special needs, and can protect your loved ones from creditors, divorces, and themselves. Call (516) 228-1050 to find out what kind of trust may be right for you.