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An irrevocable trust in Florida is an agreement among a settlor, trustee, and beneficiaries that cannot be revoked or amended. The trustmaker, or settlor, cannot take back property they transfer to an irrevocable trust. An irrevocable trust allows the person who creates the trust, the settlor, to manage their assets while avoiding probate and providing asset protection from future creditors. A Florida irrevocable trust can also help reduce estate taxes for those subject to the federal estate tax. Irrevocable trusts also protect the deceased estate from the creditors of their beneficiaries.
Yes. We draft pour-over wills that put anything that isn’t in your trust into the trust. As you go through life, you may forget to title assets, or well-meaning bank clerks can undo work towards funding your trust. For this reason, a pour-over will is a catch-all to ensure that any assets that aren’t in the trust get put into it. Our office can also assist in your catch-all will creation.
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We help families locally within or near the Orange County Area.
Locally we serve Orlando, Winter Park, Altamonte Springs, Maitland, Longwood, Apopka, Lake Mary, Clermont, Deland, Kissimmee, Windermere, Oviedo, Winter Springs, Groveland, Casselberry, Celebration, Lake Nona and many other locations.
We welcome your questions and want to understand your situation to help you move forward and achieve peace of mind from having everything done properly and efficiently. Don’t let everything you’ve worked for just slip away due to a lack of proper planning. Invest the time now to learn your options by speaking with us and making the choices that best protect your legacy and wishes. Call us for one-on-one assistance at (407) 574-8125 with your questions, a description of your situation, or to schedule a consultation. You may also simply fill out the form above on this page. Your form will be directly emailed to our office. You can expect a reply within 1 business day and often within hours the same day. All information is confidential.
1901 W Colonial Dr,
Orlando, FL 32804
715 Douglas Ave Suite# 40,
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
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