Experienced Support For Your Wills And Trusts
Wills, trusts and other estate planning instruments work best when they are written carefully by a lawyer who deeply understands the law. At Snow Jensen & Reece, P.C., we know that the future of your estate is also the future of your family, and we are committed to helping you make a thorough plan for the future.
Understanding The Difference Between Wills And Trusts
Depending on your needs and preferences, an estate plan can be simple or complex. But nearly every plan for an estate is built using the two most important tools in estate planning law: wills and trusts. It’s possible to write a will without establishing a trust, or vice versa, but these two tools work best when used together.
A will is a formal statement of your wishes after you are gone, and this alone is a valuable source of guidance for your loved ones when the time comes for your estate to pass on to others. But a will is just a statement of preferences; it cannot hold funds or directly transfer them to the parties you choose. That is the value of a trust, which functions more like a specialized kind of bank account. A trust can actually hold funds, which makes it easier to transfer them when the need arises. And trusts can be tailored to meet your specific needs, which will allow you exactly the amount of control you desire in order to manage issues like asset protection, tax planning and more.
We will help you identify the estate planning instruments best suited to your specific situation.
The First Step Is To Speak With An Experienced Estate Planning Attorney
To learn more about the attorneys at Snow Jensen & Reece, P.C. can help you create wills, trusts and other useful estate planning instruments, schedule a consultation at our firm. Just call 435-215-4960 or contact us online.
With office locations in St. George, Cedar City and Kanab, we assist clients throughout Utah. We also have attorneys licensed in Nevada.