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Trusts

Nashua Trusts Attorney

Helping Families in New Hampshire

At Bernazzani Law, we understand that planning for the future can be a daunting task. Our team is here to help you navigate the process and ensure that your assets are protected. We can help you create a trust that meets your unique needs and goals.

Our firm can help you with the following types of trusts:

  • Revocable Trusts
  • Irrevocable Trusts
  • Charitable Trusts
  • Special Needs Trusts
  • Medicaid Trusts
  • Children's Trusts
  • Asset Protection Trusts
  • Living Trusts
  • Testamentary Trusts

Call (603) 261-2214 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with our trusts lawyer in Nashua, NH.


What Is a Trust?

A trust is a legal arrangement that allows a third party, or trustee, to hold assets on behalf of a beneficiary or beneficiaries. Trusts can be used to manage and distribute assets in a variety of ways. They can be created during a person's lifetime or after their death.

Trusts can be used to manage the distribution of assets to beneficiaries, minimize estate taxes, and avoid probate. They can also be used to protect assets from creditors and lawsuits. There are many different types of trusts, each with its own unique benefits and purposes.

What Is the Purpose of a Trust?

Trusts can be used to manage and distribute assets in a variety of ways. They can be created during a person's lifetime or after their death. Trusts can be used to manage the distribution of assets to beneficiaries, minimize estate taxes, and avoid probate. They can also be used to protect assets from creditors and lawsuits. There are many different types of trusts, each with its own unique benefits and purposes.

What Are the Benefits of a Trust?

There are many benefits to creating a trust. One of the main benefits is that a trust can be used to avoid probate. Probate is the legal process of administering a person's estate after their death. It can be a lengthy and expensive process. Assets that are held in a trust do not have to go through probate. Instead, they can be distributed to the beneficiaries immediately after the person's death.

Another benefit of a trust is that it can be used to minimize estate taxes. Estate taxes are taxes that are imposed on the transfer of a person's assets after their death. The federal estate tax rate is 40%. A trust can be used to minimize or eliminate estate taxes by removing the assets from the person's estate.

Trusts can also be used to protect assets from creditors and lawsuits. Assets that are held in a trust are not considered to be owned by the person who created the trust. As a result, they are not subject to the person's creditors or lawsuits. This can be especially beneficial if you are concerned about being sued or if you have a high-risk profession.

What Is the Difference Between a Will and a Trust?

Both wills and trusts are estate planning documents that can be used to manage and distribute assets. However, there are some key differences between the two.

A will is a legal document that allows you to specify how you want your assets to be distributed after your death. It can also be used to name a guardian for your minor children. A will must go through probate, which is the legal process of administering a person's estate after their death. Probate can be a lengthy and expensive process. A will does not go into effect until after the person's death.

A trust is a legal arrangement that allows a third party, or trustee, to hold assets on behalf of a beneficiary or beneficiaries. A trust can be used to manage and distribute assets during a person's lifetime or after their death. Assets that are held in a trust do not have to go through probate. Instead, they can be distributed to the beneficiaries immediately after the person's death. A trust can also be used to minimize estate taxes and protect assets from creditors and lawsuits.

Call (603) 261-2214 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with our trusts lawyer in Nashua, NH.

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