Our attorneys understand the particularly sensitive nature of a dispute arising out of a trust or estate matter and exhibit the compassion, dedication, and understanding necessary to handle these delicate issues in a professional and personal manner.
Is a Trust Better Than a Will in Massachusetts?
In Massachusetts, both wills and trusts serve essential estate planning purposes, but each offers distinct advantages. One key advantage of a trust is that it allows for the private transfer of assets upon death, keeping the details of inheritances confidential. On the other hand, a will provides a straightforward way to distribute assets, but it becomes a public record when filed with the court, potentially disclosing personal and financial information. To determine which option is better for your specific situation, it is advisable to consult with an experienced attorney at SederLaw who can evaluate your unique circumstances and help you make an informed decision that aligns with your estate planning goals and preferences.
Trust Litigation Lawyers at SederLaw
The experienced attorneys in our Litigation Practice Group are committed to providing our clients with powerful and successful representation before the Courts and tribunals of the Commonwealth. Our attorneys are some of the most accomplished in New England and include counsel honored as Fellows of the Litigation Counsel of America, a distinction awarded to less than one-half of 1% of American Lawyers, as well as both SuperLawyers and Top Attorneys recognitions.