Melbourne Trust Administration Lawyer
When the time has come to administer a revocable, irrevocable, testamentary or discretionary trust, you can benefit from the skilled assistance of an experienced estate planning attorney who knows how to see to the distribution of assets to those who should receive them.
The Brevard County estate and probate lawyer who works hard to expedite the distribution of assets from your Florida family’s trust — and has for clients from all walks of life for more than 20 years — is Pierre A.L. Mommers of Mommers & Colombo, Attorneys at Law, in Melbourne.
Pierre A.L. Mommers uses his broad knowledge of estate matters to craft the trust that meets your individual and family needs, help you avoid probate and manage estate tax liability. He guides you to outcomes that prepare you for the future before the future arrives.
Melbourne Trust Administration Attorney Pierre A.L. Mommers — More Than 20 Years Of Experience
Administration of a trust warrants accurate identification of assets, debts, creditors and beneficiaries. Mr. Mommers attends to every detail in the process, including examination of activities by trustees that may have resulted in misappropriations of funds.
Whether the legal process goes smoothly or a family dispute ensures, resulting in litigation, Pierre A.L. Mommers's comprehensive command of wills, trusts and other estate planning instruments can bring you and your loved ones the peace of mind you need.
Without the input of an experienced trust administration lawyer, a trustee could be held personally responsible for any phase that was handled improperly. Don’t let this happen to you. Protect your rights and role as trustee, starting today, by contacting Mommers & Colombo, Attorneys at Law, in Melbourne.
Your initial consultation is free and can be arranged at 1-866-447-0271 or by email.
Mommers & Colombo, Attorneys at Law, serves clients in Florida cities such as Melbourne, Palm Bay, Cocoa, Satellite Beach, Melbourne Beach, Indian Harbour Beach, Indialantic, Suntree, Titusville and others throughout Brevard County and Indian River County.