Assistance With Revocable Trusts
Under terms of a revocable trust, individuals or families may place their assets under control of a trustee, primarily for the purposes of avoiding probate when an estate holder dies. With assets held in trust, they cannot be distributed to heirs and beneficiaries except under the specific terms of the trust.
While revocable trusts do not offer the advantages of an irrevocable trust for Medicaid planning, they are often used as tools to help avoid contested will litigation and probate court decisions that may go against the grantors.
If you need assistance setting up a revocable trust, turn to one of the most highly trusted and skilled elder law firms in Long Island, Futterman, Lanza & Pasculli, LLP. Our attorneys have decades of experience handling all types of trust and asset preservation issues for clients throughout New York.
Who We Serve
From our main offices in Smithtown and Bay Shore, as well as satellite offices in Southampton, we provide legal counsel for setting up and administering revocable trusts, special needs trusts and irrevocable trusts for families and individual clients in Nassau County, Suffolk County, Long Island and communities throughout the state of New York.