Ensure Your Security with Protector Trusts
In many cases, protector trusts allow your assets to remain within the care of those you have entrusted them to. Such control is useful in the event of your death or incapacitation.
Many trusts are protected by third-party entities, such as lawyers or professional agents, in order to minimize conflicts of interest amongst trustees. In this way, protector trusts remain true to your wishes—and your legacy.
Your Adaptive Trust Protector Facilitator
Work with a law office that prioritizes your needs. Find the right trust protector with our help. After establishing your living trust, we can find candidates to manage your affairs in the event you are incapacitated. We can even set up the terms of their service. Request a free, one-hour consultation today to learn more about protectors. We discuss the details in straightforward terms so you are able to develop your trust with confidence.
Contact us today to appoint a new trust protector for your assets. We proudly serve clients throughout Pittsburgh, Butler County, Washington, Greensburg, Wexford, and Cranberry Township, PA.