For people with very modest estates, a Last Will and Testament serves as the foundation of their estate plan. As their estate and family grow, that initial estate plan may need to expand as well. At that point, a trust may be added to that original estate plan given the numerous and varied objectives that can be furthered using a trust. To help ensure that you have at least a basic understanding of these two common estate planning tools, the Northern California Center for Estate Planning & Elder Law has created some frequently asked questions and answers related to Wills and trusts. If you have specific questions about Wills and trusts please contact our office to schedule a consultation.
If you have specific questions regarding Wills and trusts, contact us at Northern California Center for Estate Planning & Elder Law by calling (916)-437-3500 to schedule your appointment today.