Trust Administration

Trust administration is the process that occurs after the death of a trustor or grantor. Being named a Trustee or having to serve as a Trustee involves a steep learning curve, one that can seem insurmountable especially considering the administration of a trust can last years or decades.  Allow the estate planning attorneys at Weaver, Bennett & Bland to assist you with all of the complexities of trust administration.  We can help you to interpret a trust provision, account to beneficiaries, or go to court to reform, decant or change the terms of an irrevocable trust.

Trust Administration Attorneys in Union County

Our attorneys will work through various complexities with you, including what to do if not all assets have been placed into trust, transference of trust accounts to your name as successor trustee, determining the scope of financial accounting obligation and tax liability prior to distribution of trust assets, issues, and disagreement between beneficiaries, final distribution of trust assets, protection of future litigation by trust beneficiaries.

Bottom line: The trust administration process is often complicated and can seem overwhelming. Many times the process is hampered due to conflicts among the trust beneficiaries. If not properly dealt with, these conflicts often play out in court in prolonged and expensive trust litigation. The experienced estate administration attorneys at Weaver, Bennett & Bland can give you peace of mind during a difficult time by providing you with competent and capable assistance throughout the trust administration process.

Contact us at (704) 844-1400 today to schedule a legal consultation today.