Do I need a trust?

Answer: “It depends.” Whether or not to utilize a trust as part of an Estate Plan, depends on a particular client’s goals and concerns, on that client’s assets and net worth, estate taxes, and other concerns that a particular client may have such as a desire for privacy or the existence of a special needs beneficiary.

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