By: Stephen R. Elville – Principal and Lead Attorney of Elville and Associates, P.C.
Trust protectors add dimension, scope, and depth to an estate plan, and the essential capability needed to deal with ongoing change in an uncertain world. If your estate plan does not include a trust protector or the potential for the appointment of a trust protector, then your plan likely lacks flexibility. Why leave yourself and your beneficiaries in this potentially untenable situation? If you would like to learn more about the advantages of a trust protector as part of your estate planning, please see the contact information below.
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Stephen R. Elville is the principal and lead attorney of Elville & Associates, P.C., a leading estate planning, elder law, and special needs planning law firm in Maryland. Elville and Associates engages clients in a multi-step educational process to ensure that estate, elder law, and special needs planning works from inception, throughout lifetime, and at death. Clients are encouraged to take advantage of the Planning Team Concept for leading-edge, customized planning. The education of clients and their families through counseling and superior legal-technical knowledge is the practical mission of Elville and Associates. If you would like to set an appointment with Mr. Elville to discuss estate or elder law planning issues, you may contact him at 443-393-7696, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. #elvilleeducation