Wills and Trust Law in Greenfield, IN Dickmann Reason Bogigian & White
One of the best ways to ensure your property is distributed in accordance with your wishes is to have a will or a trust prepared. Not only does this minimize the probate process, but it also ensures your wishes are carried out. Dickmann Reason Bogigian & White assists residents in Greenfield, Fortville, New Palestine, McCordsville, Hancock County, Indianapolis, Shelbyville, Morristown, Knightstown, Anderson, Pendleton, New Castle, Connersville, Rushville, Fishers, Geist, Carmel, Shelby County, Henry County, Hamilton County, Madison County, Marion County and central Indiana with a whole range of issues including:
- Last Will and Testament – we can help you prepare a will so that your family will know exactly what your wishes are for your assets after your death. Wills typically include distribution of assets to family members, loved ones and charities if this is your desire. A properly prepared will can ensure everyone knows your final wishes for your assets and personal property.
- Trust Administration – if you have been named a successor trustee and the original trustee is now deceased you have the responsibility to fulfill the terms of the trust agreement. Typically this will include cataloging and obtaining appraisals of property, distributing property in accordance with the terms of the trust as well as preparing and filing the final tax return for the trust. This process must be completed in a timely manner; our goal is to make the administration process as simple as possible.
- Litigation – will and trust beneficiaries often do not agree with the way an estate has been distributed or managed. In these cases, our team can help deal with litigation arising when a beneficiary is contesting an estate.
Whether you are planning your estate or you have been named executor or administrator of an estate or a trust, contact Dickmann Reason Bogigian & White to schedule a consultation. We can help you with all types of issues involved in preparing and administering an estate.