San Jose Trust Administration Lawyers

Administering a trust after a loved one’s death is an enormous responsibility. In fact, many trust administrators are not in the best position to handle these duties. First, the death of a loved one is an emotional and sometimes overwhelming time for family members. Second, administering a trust involves a number of unique tasks. If you have never done this before, you may not know where to begin.

A lawyer with in-depth knowledge of the administration process can provide invaluable assistance. At The Law Offices of Lisa C. Bryant, Inc., we carefully guide individuals through the trust administration process. With focused attention on trust, probate and estate planning legal matters, we can help you take on any issues that may come your way.

Experienced Santa Clara And San Jose Trust Administration Attorneys

Generally, the sooner you start administering a trust, the easier it will be. If you wait too long, assets that should have been distributed to beneficiaries could be spent. Furthermore, tax problems could arise. We strongly recommend contacting our lawyers within three months of the death; however, it is important to administer a trust no matter how long it has been delayed.

Some of the steps we will take to administer the trust include:

  • Giving notice to beneficiaries
  • Inventorying and appraising the decedent’s assets
  • Assisting with issues related to outstanding debts and creditors
  • Distributing assets according to terms of the trust

When compared with the complexities of probate proceedings, a trust administration is typically less time-consuming and less expensive. We will do everything in our power to make the entire process as smooth and efficient as possible.

Contact The Law Offices Of Lisa C. Bryant

Call 800-970-3414 toll free or contact us online. At the conclusion of your free initial consultation, we will quote you a flat fee for our services. Our law firm is conveniently located between Interstate 880 and Highway 87 in San Jose.


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