Trust & Estate Administration
After a loved one dies, everything changes.
This period is often called post-death administration and is intended to accomplish 7 Core Components.
The person(s) responsible for implementing and accomplishing these components is the Trustee and/or Personal Representative named in your estate planning documents. The role of this individual is to ensure that coordinated decisions and sound fiduciary judgment(s) are made in each of the 7 Core Components while attending to their fiduciary role.
Schluter & Hughes Law Firm, PLLC has an experienced group of professionals that can provide coordinated guidance during the post death administration process at every intersection.