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Irrevocable Trust Planning in Green Bay, WI

Czachor, Polack + Borchardt L.L.P. secures irrevocable trusts for individuals and families in Green Bay, WI, Shawano, Oconto, and surrounding areas. Our services are tailored to meet the unique needs of estate planners and beneficiaries. Our seasoned attorneys utilize their comprehensive legal expertise to maximize your assets and your loved ones’ futures. If you want to protect your assets and beneficiaries and ensure strong financial standing, we’ll provide you with the guidance and expertise you need to succeed.

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What is an Irrevocable Trust?

An irrevocable trust is a permanent legal arrangement created to manage assets for the benefit of beneficiaries. Unlike revocable trusts, once established, the terms cannot be modified, amended, or terminated, save for limited and rare circumstances. The grantor gives up any control over their assets. Irrevocable trusts are controlled, overseen, and dictated by a designated trustee sworn to protect what is owed to beneficiaries according to the trust’s rules and requirements.

The Prime Advantages of Irrevocable Trusts

Irrevocable trusts provide many advantages for individuals, including those with large estates and disabilities. Their advantages include:

  • Tax Savings: Owners of large estates can move taxable assets into the trust, reducing and eliminating tax liabilities and increasing benefits for beneficiaries.
  • Protected Assets: Irrevocable trusts shield estates from creditors, legal judgments, and law proceedings like divorce, ensuring assets remain intact.
  • Protected Beneficiaries: For beneficiaries with disabilities, these trusts offer financial stability and peace of mind without compromising eligibility for government benefits.

Is an Irrevocable Trust Right for Me?

If you have concerns about your estate’s vulnerability or wish to provide for your loved ones, an irrevocable trust may be right for you. You’ll be able to protect yourself and your beneficiaries from creditors and preserve rights to government programs like Medicaid. Choose Czachor, Polack + Borchardt, L.L.P. for unparalleled personalized attention. Our team is committed to delivering outstanding results. We will help you take control of your estate needs with our trustworthy and compassionate service.

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