If you are in the process of building your estate planning, to ensure your Texas family’s future financial security, our experienced estate and probate attorneys can advise on a wide range of irrevocable and revocable trusts available to you.
A trust is a legal property interest established by a grantor, and held by a trustee, to assist a beneficiary. It can be considered revocable, meaning it can be changed or terminated at any time and for any reason, or irrevocable (it cannot be changed for any reason).
A trust that becomes effective upon your death is called a testamentary trust. A living trust is created while the grantor is still alive, in order to avoid probate costs.
These trusts allow a trustee to control and direct property, and exercise other legal rights. Trustees have decision-making powers and duties that are designed to work in the best interests of the beneficiary.
At Pursley McNamara & Flint, PLLC, we listen carefully to your wishes and goals for your trust, and customize our quality estate planning representation to suit your unique needs. Whether you want to establish a pet trust, for instance — which is available, with benefits of up to $10,000 — a trust for Class Three weapons, an education trust for your children or a spendthrift trust, we can document your wishes in ways that bring you peace of mind.
Call our skilled Missouri City trusts lawyers today- (713) 766-4326. Your email message receives our prompt attention.