The Trust Administration Process in Texas
When your loved one dies with a trust in place, the surviving family will go through the trust administration process. After all immediate family members have been contacted and funeral arrangements made, trust documents and all relevant important paperwork should be gathered.
At McNair Law Group, our attorney has the knowledge and insight to provide guidance during the distribution of trust assets to beneficiaries in Texas. We understand this is already an emotionally difficult time, and we can help with effectively navigating this process.
Why Hire an Attorney for Trust Administration?
While trust administration is designed to be a more cost-effective and timely approach to post-death legal issues, the process can become complicated. Heirs may disagree with the terms of the trust, and sometimes certain conditions must be met before beneficiaries inherit certain properties or other trust assets. These and other issues can complicate trust administration in ways executors might not be able to fully manage alone.
If you're responsible for administering a trust, make an appointment with a trust administration lawyer as soon as possible. At McNair Law Group, we can provide comprehensive legal advice throughout the process, using our experience in Texas trusts, elder law, and estate planning to ensure you accurately fulfill your duties.
Let us help you through the process of distributing trust assets. Contact our office in Galveston County at (281) 784-3340 for a free initial consultation!