Trust Administration in Spring Hill, FL

When a loved one passes away, it can be difficult to decide what to do next. However, if they’ve left behind a trust, it’s important to reach out to an attorney right away – especially if someone is interested in filing a trust contest. The Law Office of James R. Jones Jr., P.A. can help with trust administration in Spring Hill, FL, simplifying the process for you and your loved ones in this difficult time.

If you’ve never performed trustee duties before, it’s best to start by meeting with an attorney that offers extensive experience in family law. Mr. Jones invites you to schedule a consultation, during which you’ll discuss your situation and learn what’s expected of you in the following weeks. We offer compassionate, reliable guidance for trustees and executors of trusts.

Learn More About Trustee Duties

If you are the trustee, you have certain responsibilities. In addition to gathering pertinent information about your deceased loved one’s wishes, you’re responsible for contacting the beneficiaries—people identified in the living trust who will receive assets—and distributing to them the assets in question. It’s a difficult task, one that can be made easier with help from Mr. Jones and his staff.

With more than 30 years of family law experience, our firm has the skills and resources needed to simplify your obligations regarding trust execution. If you’re not the executor of the estate, we can help you stay in contact with the person who is, as well as ensure you’re doing right by the beneficiaries. From paperwork to proper notifications, Mr. Jones can help you confidently carry out your duties.

A Skilled Elder Law Attorney Can Help

If you’re in the process of creating a trust or will, Mr. Jones and his resourceful staff can help with that, too. We offer extensive experience with elder law, and we’re committed to helping to get your affairs in order – the way you prefer. With us, your needs always come first, so there’s no need to worry about hurt feelings or meddling relatives influencing your trust.

If you’re unsure whether you need to create a trust, it’s easy to find out. Simply take stock of your assets alongside a family law attorney you trust. That way, you’ll be able to assess your estate, consider what you’d like to pass on, and make plans for your family’s future if need be.

Contact us today to learn how our firm can help with trust administration. We proudly serve clients in Spring Hill, Florida, and surrounding areas.