At Holland Law Group, we understand how important it is to provide our Northern Arizona clients with trusted litigation services. Litigation is the process of taking legal action which we often want to avoid when we experience the loss of a loved one. Unfortunately, trust litigation is sometimes a necessary process when it comes to the division of assets awarded in a trust or will. Our team of legal experts specializes in trust litigation because we want to be able to take care of the stress that may come along with the disagreement of who a decedent’s assets including their belongings, finances, and estate should be administered too. We service clients in areas of Flagstaff, Sedona, Prescott Valley, Oak Creek Canyon, Cottonwood, White Mountains, Show Low, Snowflake, Springerville, Eager, St. Johns, Bisbee, and Prescott with professional and respectful trust litigation services they feel comfortable with.
What is Trust Litigation?
A trust is a legal document or creation that holds assets for beneficiaries and the trust is controlled by a trustee. Trust are very beneficial because they allow for estate planning whether you have a member of your family that is getting older and you want to make sure their assets are safe, or you want to make sure you have a trust that divides your assets equally among your children and grandchildren. Trusts are important in making the legal process go smoothly. Trust litigation is legal action taken against or toward a trust. Executors are an important part of the trust litigation process because they are the person appointed by the deceased to carry out the terms of their trust.
Types of Trusts and Why They Matter to You
When seeking out legal assistance with trust litigation, it is essential to work with a team of legal experts who understand the different types of trusts and how their differences affect the legal process. At Holland Law Group, we can help you with revocable and irrevocable trusts.
A revocable trust means that the person who the assets belong to controls the trust and controls the assets during their lifetime. Only after death are the assets given the beneficiaries.
An irrevocable trust is where the grantor puts the assets into a trust and gives up control of their assets. The trustee will give up ownership of the assets of the trust for however long the trust is designated to last.
No matter what kind of trust you need assistance with, our team of legal experts always provides you with trust litigation services that address a wide range of concerns and provides you with a variety of options. While trust litigation is a common process, it is not one that should be taken lightly or ignored. If you are experiencing a trust disagreement, it is vital to seek legal assistance from a law firm you can count on.
Meet with Our Team at Holland Law Group Today
Our team at Holland Law Group will always fight for you and put your needs first by looking at the exact circumstances of your case. Let us take care of matters enforcing or preserving trusts. We have experience in high-stakes litigation and always have our clients’ best interest at heart. Whether you are a beneficiary, trustee, or executor, we are pleased to work with you, providing you with the top trust litigation services in Northern Arizona.