Not only is it crucial to have a comprehensive estate plan in place to govern what takes place when you die, it is crucial to make sure you have an experienced advocate in place to manage the process.

The creation of trusts allows you to be very specific about your wishes for your assets and finances, which can make the administration of your estate flow much more smoothly in the aftermath of your passing.

Experienced Lawyers For Trusts And Administration

Roeder, Cochran, Phillips, PLLC, provides comprehensive representation, including the drafting and administering of a wide variety of trusts. In addition, our attorneys are noted for their trial acumen and ability to resolve high-stakes estate disputes. This combination means we are able to act as your counsel every step of the way from planning your estate to protecting its value for your heirs.

What Is Trust?

A trust is an estate planning arrangement that allows you to choose a trustee to hold assets on behalf of your beneficiaries (heirs). One of the benefits of having a trust is that you can almost always avoid the process of probate and its associated costs. Trusts can also aid in having pinpoint control of your financial wealth as well as protecting your privacy and that of your beneficiaries.

Do You Need A Trust?

Many individuals and couples do not need a trust, and a will can sufficiently protect their assets. However, it is important to understand all your options, including the various types of trusts, to make an informed decision about your estate planning needs. Our experienced attorneys can guide you through this process and make sure your comprehensive estate plan is right for you.

Call Today For A Free Consultation

We're ready to help you determine if a trust is right for you and your estate. You can reach our McLean, Virginia, office by calling 703-749-6050. We also respond quickly to online inquiries.