A trust attorney will assist you in setting up a trust and provides proper legal help to your appointed trustee. The trust can be arranged in a lot of ways, and stipulate what assets and when will be granted to the trustees. It’s important to have your trust reviewed by an experienced trust lawyer, to ensure that it is legally binding and will be carried out respecting your wishes. You might want to create a trust if you’re in any the following situations: • You want to avoid your estate going through probate. • You want to lower your property taxes. • You want to have a say in how much and when your beneficiaries receive your assets. There are several types of trusts, and Somekh & Associates can guide you in determining the right one for you. How a Property Attorney can Assist You A property attorney represents you in a dispute over a transfer of moveable property, like a piece of equipment, furniture, a vehicle or stocks, and bonds. If you are in any of the following situations, it’s important that you consult an attorney for property for the best guidance, as they can help you with any required paperwork or court dates: • Lease or contract creation • Title validation • You purchased something from an individual who didn’t have the selling rights • You want to sell something you have partial rights to • Property damage Will Attorney A will attorney will help you creating your will, which is a document declaring how you want your possessions to be divided after your death. Crafting a will is important no matter your age, as you can’t predict what will happen in the future. If you have a legally sound will, you will be assured that your wishes are carried out, and your estate will go to your desired beneficiaries. It might be tempting to write your will on your own, but it’s recommended that you speak with a lawyer so you can ensure that it’s legally sound.