Trust Administration

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When the grantor of a trust becomes incapacitated or passes away, a successor trustee is named to care out their wishes. Often, this trustee is equipped to step into that role without any assistance. But from time to time, a trustee needs assistance in understanding or carrying out their role. That's where we can help.

If you have been named as a trustee in a trust and, due to your life circumstance or your ability or willingness to manage your responsibilities alone, you wish to receive assistance, we are able to give you all the expert guidance you need.

Tallgrass Estate Planning can help you:

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Understand your duties and responsibilities under the law and the trust

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Sell real estate

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Work with insurance companies to distribute assets to the trust

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Mediate and resolve conflicts among trust beneficiaries

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Incapacitated Adults

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Attendance Planning

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Irrevocable Trusts and Assets

Trust Administration

Business Succession

Medicaid Asset Protection Planning

Revocable Trusts

Probate & Estate Administration

Special Needs Planning

Last Will & Testament

Guardianship for Incapacitated Adults

Veterans Aid &
Attendance Planning

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