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Bolingbrook trust attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the role of a trustee.
A trustee is the person responsible for managing the assets of a trust according to the terms of the trust for the benefit of the trust's beneficiaries. When you create a revocable living trust, you will typically be the initial trustee and name three to four loved ones to act in succession as trustees if you are unable to do so due to death or disability. Our Bolingbrook will and trust lawyers explain the role of trustees in this article.
Bolingbrook will attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how to use wills and trusts to provide for the distribution of assets.
In this article, our Bolingbrook trust lawyers explain how to use wills and trusts to provide for your loved ones after you pass. We explain what happens if you pass away intestate, meaning without a will or trust. We also discuss certain situations in which it is expecially important to have a will or trust, as well as long-term planning goals that trusts can accomplish better than wills.
Bolingbrook trust attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the use of revocable living trusts to avoid probate.
When you pass away in Illinois without a revocable living trust in place, there is a very good chance that your estate will go through a costly and time consuming probate case before your loved ones can gain access to your assets. Our Bolingbrook will and trust lawyers explain when probate is necessary in DuPage and Will County, and how we can use revocable living trusts to ensure that probate is avoided when you pass, and ensure that your assets will pass immediately to your loved ones without the need to pay a lawyer.