Losing a loved one is hard enough without the additional stress of making important financial decisions while mourning. At Sykes Elder Law, we have the experience to make the trust administration process as stress-free and efficient as possible. We will compassionately guide you and your family, and work closely with personal representatives, executors, trustees and other fiduciaries to ensure your trust is administered to the letter.
Maybe you have been named as a trustee? If so, you might be feeling a bit overwhelmed by the responsibilities involved. We can walk you through the entire process, including distributions to beneficiaries, statutory notice requirements, payment of expenses, compliance with the prudent investor rule, accounting to beneficiaries and/or the court, income and estate tax consequences, and more.
Our trust administration services include:
- Selection of the proper representatives
- Preparation and filing of all necessary documents
- Review of PA inheritance tax issues
- Review of estate and gift tax issues
- Assistance with distribution
- Trust termination
You do not have to go through the administration process alone. We are here to help you every step of the way, so that you and your family can focus on the most important matter of all… helping one another cope with your loss. Contact us as soon as possible for an initial consultation.
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