Revocable Trusts and Living Trusts

How To Avoid Probate

When putting together an estate plan, one of the most common concerns is how to allow your assets to pass on in the most convenient way possible. You do not want your heirs to have to worry about what you wanted to do with your property. You do not want conflicts among your family members over who gets what. You do not want your loved ones to have to go through the frequently costly and time-consuming process of probate. All of this can be avoided by creating a revocable trust. With more than 30 years of experience, the law firm of Lyons & Supple knows how to incorporate revocable trusts into an estate plan that works for you.

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E-mail us or call us at 866-587-0982 to discuss these important estate planning tools with a dedicated attorney.

Our law firm provides estate planning services, including the creation of revocable living trusts, to people in Wappinger Falls and Dutchess County, New York.

While revocable trusts can accomplish a wide range of goals, the one that most people typically consider most important is that it allows for the avoidance of probate. It is true that, in many situations, probate is a fairly simple process. However, even in the best-case scenario, there is an investment of time and money required.

The unfortunate reality is that, in some cases, probate can turn into a complex process. When someone comes forward with a will contest, the probate process can quickly turn into a serious dispute. Such a dispute can be costly. It can be time-consuming. It can be stressful for all involved. The creation of a revocable trust can help to avoid such stress.

We will take the time to learn about your situation. If we believe that a revocable trust should be included in your estate plan, we will let you know. If we do, you can be confident that we are basing our guidance on firsthand information that we have received from you. We only provide customized service that is tailored to your needs.

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E-mail us or call us at 866-587-0982 to talk to a trusted lawyer about revocable trusts and probate avoidance.