Irrevocable Trusts

Lubbock Irrevocable Trust Attorneys

There are many ways to care for your loved ones after you pass away in Lubbock. Irrevocable trusts offer a variety of benefits and may be what you need if you are trying to provide for someone but maintain control of the money, plan for the care of a special needs family member, or protect your assets.

A Lubbock irrevocable trust lawyer can explain the details of these special trusts and how they could benefit your circumstances. They can help you decide if they will help you the most or if there is a better option for your circumstances.

Choose Beck Law Firm as your caring partner for trusts of all types. You can call us today at (806) 531-3542 to discuss your options for trusts and beyond.

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Do I Need an Irrevocable Trust? 

An irrevocable trust cannot be modified or revoked by the person who established the trust (known as the grantor or settlor), which contrasts with a revocable trust, which can be altered or revoked by the grantor at any time.

Irrevocable trusts are typically used for specific estate planning and asset protection purposes.

Some key characteristics of an irrevocable trust in Texas include:

Asset protection: You can use an irrevocable trust to protect assets from creditors, lawsuits, and other potential claims.

Once you transfer assets into an irrevocable trust, they are generally no longer considered the grantor’s property and shielded from most creditors.

Estate tax planning: You can also use irrevocable trusts as part of an estate tax planning strategy to reduce the taxable value of an individual’s estate.

Assets placed in an irrevocable trust are typically excluded from the grantor’s estate for estate tax purposes.

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