Let us Help you draft or update your documents

Anderson & Rogers has assisted many individuals who need to have a will or trust drafted or updated. If a matter needs to be probated, our attorneys have the skill and experience to handle the matter quickly and affordably.

We are happy to assist and advise those who have been appointed as Personal Representatives or Executors of a Will, or as Trustees of a Trust in order to help them understand their duties and carry out their important tasks. We also assist those appointed as Guardians and Conservators, and those who wish to acquire a guardianship or conservatorship, and we make the process as simple, fast and affordable as possible.

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How do A will and a Trust Differ?

Which one will fulfill my needs?

The main difference between a will and a trust is a will goes into effect only after you've died, while a trust takes effect as soon as you created it.

A trust is a legal arrangement where a trustee holds legal title to property for the beneficiary. Trusts usually have two types of beneficiaries - the first is set to receive income from the trust during their lives, the other receives whatever is left after the first set of beneficiaries die.

While a will, on the other hand, covers any property that is in your name when you die. If any of your property is held in a joint tenancy or in a trust it won't be affected by a will.

A will will also become public record while a trust can remain private.

Get started with us today to learn more about wills and trusts so you can know that your loved ones will be protected should the worst happen to you.

Call Anderson & Rogers today to speak with an attorney for free: 801.768.7070

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