Trust Administration And More From A Skilled Lawyer
A solidly written trust is only half the job in this phase of estate planning. An experienced estates attorney should be on hand to smoothly administer it, when the time comes, to ensure that a bank or trustee is complying with all legal obligations and beneficiaries receive what they deserve.
Rockville and Columbia trust administration lawyer Suzanne B. Simpson of Simpson Law, PA, is an experienced estate and trust lawyer who has the legal and financial knowledge to ensure that your trust is in capable hands.
Suzanne B. Simpson works closely with estate executors, trustees and experts such as certified public accountants to prepare and file the necessary tax returns for trusts, and to shelter money for survivors. Our law firm’s founder has provided comprehensive, compassionate and convenient legal services for clients in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., since 1991.
Our Columbia estate administration attorney assists trustees of a revocable living trust or irrevocable trusts throughout its existence. She attends to the paying of bills, filing of tax returns and appropriate distribution of assets and property. She can serve as trustee or assist a trustee, coordinating efforts and performing all necessary legal functions.
Quality Trust Administration For Maryland Clients Since 1991
At Simpson Law, PA, our skilled attorney carries out the administration of a broad range of trusts, including:
- Marital trusts
- Bypass trusts for tax avoidance
- Trusts for tax planning
- Life insurance trusts
- Maryland Qualified Terminable Interest Trusts
- Living trusts
- Dynasty trusts
- Grantor retained trusts
- Charitable remainder trusts and charitable annuities
- Pour-over wills
- Gift trusts
- Credit shelter trusts
- Education trusts
- Special needs planning for children and the elderly
- Supplemental needs trusts
- Generation-skipping trusts
- Split-interest trusts
- Pet trusts
During her more than 20 years of faithful service to trust administration clients in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., Suzanne B. Simpson has been asked to serve as trustee, personal representative of estates, guardian for those with special needs and holder of powers of attorney. She listens carefully to your wishes and translates what she learns into swift, decisive action that brings you peace of mind.