Securing Assets With Strategic Trusts
Trusts are important estate planning tools that allow you to protect assets and distribute them to future holders. There are several types of trusts, each with unique traits and benefits. The experienced attorneys of Beroes Law Center can carefully evaluate your unique situation and advise how trusts may positively factor into your overall estate plan. Our attorneys have over 50 years of combined experience assisting Pennsylvania families with estate planning.
Comprehensive Selection and Implementation
We are dedicated to helping you protect your family legacy by employing a variety of valuable trust-types, including:
- Revocable trusts
- Irrevocable trusts
- Charitable trusts
- Special-needs trusts
- Asset protection trusts
One of the main reasons that individuals employ trusts is to distribute significant assets to the next generation. Trusts can prevent taxes from stripping your assets and protect property from creditors. After analyzing your circumstances, we will develop a personalized estate plan tailored to your needs and recommend trusts that can protect your finances.
Defending Your Small Business
In addition to aiding individual families, trusts can protect your small business’s future. A trust can prevent:
- Creditors from claiming your business’s resources to cover personal debts
- Dividing your business in the case of divorce
- High taxation or disputes during business succession
- Uncertainty in asset transfers
- The costly probate process
Without careful planning, small businesses can easily dissolve during times of transition, including divorces or succession. We can analyze your business’s structure and implement tools to help your business thrive through future generations.
Contact Us To Develop A Personalized Plan
Our strategic lawyers will meet with you to discuss your goals and develop a custom estate plan based on this information. We will partner with you to create a secure plan with carefully chosen trusts, a thorough will or guardianships to protect your family. Call us at 412-339-2499 to start preparing your estate plan, or contact us online. We represent people throughout Allegheny County.