Estate and Trust Administration
Okay, so you have an estate plan, now what?
Ordinarily, once you have an estate plan in place, you are able to manage, or “administer,” the plan yourself. You continue to pay all your bills, manage all your property, and otherwise perform the everyday activities necessary to manage your affairs.
But that’s not why you have an estate plan. You established an estate plan to have the tools in place for someone you trust to manage your affairs when you can no longer do so. That’s where the Law Offices of Wayne A. McFadden can help.
Our experienced lawyers can advise your Successor Trustee, Agent, Attorney-in-fact, Conservator, Executor, and any other person to administer your estate. Whether your agents need help establishing their authority to work with your doctors, or they need assistance accessing your bank accounts to pay your bills, we can help.
The Law Offices of Wayne A. McFadden has experience representing both lay persons and professional fiduciaries in the administration of an estate plan. We also represent trust and estate beneficiaries to monitor and ensure that an estate is being properly administered and that our client is receiving their benefits as directed in a trust or will.
If you or someone you know needs professional, legal advice regarding the administration of an estate plan, contact us and let us show you how we can help.