Hatboro Trusts Lawyer
Serving Montgomery County & Bucks County - Call (215) 515-4439 Today
Trusts are financial vehicles that allow people to devote sums of money
to other people or organizations. A trust is managed by an appointed party
called a trustee, and it enjoys legal and tax protections that make it
an excellent choice for any person who wishes to control how his or her
money is used. At Duffy North, we help people of all ages, incomes, and
stages of life to create trusts that benefit themselves and those whom
they love. We are members of this community, with deep roots here. We
take pride in helping you — our neighbors — plan for the future
- Why Choose Our Trust Attorneys?
- Trusted by the Community Since 1928
- AV Preeminent® Rating for Ethical Standards & Legal Ability
Partners Selected for
- Pragmatic and Honest Counsel for Clients
Preserving Assets with a Trust
The types of trusts one can create are almost as varied as the uses you
can imagine for one. Clients most often ask us about living trusts, which
they create while they are alive. However you wish to devote your money,
a trust can be a useful mechanism for ensuring your wishes are honored
during your lifetime and beyond. Our lawyers will be happy to advise,
inform, and guide you in creating a trust that will meet your needs. Further,
we can help you to administer your trust after its creation.
- Creating a trust can help you:
- Fund a child's education (education trust)
- Benefit a mentally or physically disabled loved one (special needs trust)
- Guarantee funds to benefit your spouse or child if you die or become incapacitated
- Benefit a charitable organization, religious institution, or school after
your death (will trust)
- Pay for yours or a loved one's medical care, rehabilitation, and maintenance
after a debilitating accident (personal injury trust)
Tailoring Our Services to Your Needs
Where some law firms create estate plans using standard forms and templates,
we take the time to sit down with you, learn about your goals and then
draft documents that are designed to accomplish those unique goals. Whether
your estate is large or small, you deserve that kind of personal attention.
We do not believe your life and your family's future can be made to
fit onto a fill-in-the-blank form.
To learn more about how we can help you with any aspect of estate planning
and administration in Pennsylvania, please call (215) 515-4439 or
email us today.