Arkansas Trusts & Estate Planning

A Will might not accomplish all of your estate planning objectives such as probate avoidance, protect your privacy and provide asset protection.  You may wish to consider adding a trust to your estate plan.  Trusts may provide you with privacy, tax planning and asset protection.

Trusts are an arrangement where one party holds property on behalf of another.  In an estate planning context, trusts are created by the person, a settlor, who authorizes another person (the trustee) to manage the assets for the benefit of a third party (the beneficiaries).  There are many reasons for establishing trusts including minimization of taxes or providing for the needs of underage beneficiaries.

All of the attorneys at Hyden, Miron and Foster, PLLC, are knowledgeable in the use of various Trusts and are available to assist you with your needs.


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