A trust is a legal entity that holds property or assets of the grantor the individual who establishes the trust, for the benefit of a family member, charity, or other individual or entity. While established for many reasons, trusts may aid the grantor in tax planning, creditor protection, estate planning, and control of distributions. There are many types of trusts, including revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts, family trusts, inter vivos trusts, insurance trusts, and charitable trusts.
It is common for disputes to arise between a trustee, or the individual who manages the assets within a trust, and a beneficiary, or the individual who benefits from the trust.
Breach of Fiduciary Duties
Failure to Provide Accounting
Set Aside of Trust
Modifications of Trust
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The attorneys of Gaslowitz Frankel have years of expertise in handling complex issues surrounding trust disputes. For reliable legal guidance and professional discretion, consult with the attorneys of Gaslowitz Frankel.
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