Trust Lawyers

Protecting Inheritances for Clients in Metro West Boston

If you want to prevent courts from making important decisions about your estate after you pass away, then you need to have the correct legal documents that will ensure your final wishes are faithfully executed. Clients in Metro West Boston often come to our legal professionals to establish different trusts that they can hold their assets and properties in to avoid probate and federal estate taxes. Our legal team at Marsden Law P.C. has more than a decade of trust and will preparation experience. We are here to take a look at your estate plan and explain how our trust services can help you protect your wealth and ensure your loved ones obtain the assets you leave behind.

What Is a Trust?

A trust is a fiduciary relationship that you create with another party who holds your assets. This person eventually distributes the assets to the people designated under the terms of the trust. If you properly structure the trusts you add to your estate plan, your loved ones will be financially covered and set up to manage your wealth when you are no longer around.

What Is the Best Type of Trust for My Estate Plan?

Our clients are usually familiar with wills, but often don’t know as much about using trusts to distribute and protect wealth. We prepare a wide range of trusts for clients in Metro West Boston, including:

  • Revocable Trust: This type of trust allows you to manage and change what you put in it during your lifetime. This type of trust is taxed while you are alive and becomes irrevocable after you pass away and when the terms of the trust have been administered by the trustee.
  • Irrevocable Trust: This type of trust can’t be changed after it is established, but it does offer tax benefits that clients like to take advantage of. We can guide you through the process of creating an irrevocable trust and determine if it is the correct one for your tax situation.
  • Life Insurance Trust: This type of trust ensures your family can receive your life insurance benefits without having to pay expensive estate taxes. This trust also allows you to decide how your beneficiaries can spend your life insurance funds after you die.

Ask About Our Trusts & Estate Planning Services in Metro West Boston

At Marsden Law P.C., we understand how important your legacy is, that is why we are here to use our years of experience and extensive legal resources to make sure you are able to leave all of your assets behind for your loved ones. If you have concerns about how your family will get by when you are no longer around, then get in touch with our law firm today so we can discuss all of your estate planning options.


Call (800) 828-7854 to request a free case consultation with a trusts attorney at Marsden Law P.C.


Why Clients Love Us

Reviews & Testimonials
    “Giving a huge shoutout to Holliston's local Attorney, Jay Marsden, who came to our rescue on an estate matter earlier this week amidst the holiday crunch.”
    Giving a huge shoutout to Holliston's local Attorney, Jay Marsden, who came to our rescue on an estate matter earlier this week amidst the holiday crunch. If you're looking for a professional, personable, patient, down-to-earth person to walk you through some of life's most important, often quite complicated decisions, call Attorney Jay Marsden. We've used Jay's legal services multiple times. Jay, and his team, are top-notch!
    - Mary C.
    “I highly recommend Marsden Law for anyone dealing with the financial (and emotional) needs of caring for an elder parent.”

    My family and I are just starting the Medicaid application process for our Mom, who is now on Long Term Care. Marsden Law is handling all of this for us. After our first meeting with Jay, we went away with a much clearer understanding of how we need to proceed to take care of all of our Mom’s future financial needs. Jay took the time to explain everything in great detail and made it easy for us to understand what we need to do going forward. Applying for Medicaid is an overwhelming process, to say the least, and we have the utmost confidence in Jay and his team, that they will be there for us, through the entire process. I highly recommend Marsden Law for anyone dealing with the financial (and emotional) needs of caring for an elder parent.

    - Brian O.
    “Excellent service! Legal advise offered in a way that we can understand it.”
    My family and I have had a relationship with Marsden Law for many years....close to 15 years I'd say...and they have never let us down. Excellent service, legal advise offered in a way that we can understand it, and they have really earned of our trust. I would recommend Marsden Law to any of my friends.
    - Bob W.

Standing Apart From the Rest

Why Choose Marsden Law
  • Responsive to Clients' Needs
  • Free Initial Case Consultations
  • Over 15+ Years of Experience
  • Simplify Complex Legal Matters
  • One-Time Flat Fee for Life Pricing

What Is the Best Type of Trust for My Estate Plan?

Our clients are usually familiar with wills, but often don’t know as much about using trusts to distribute and protect wealth. We prepare a wide range of trusts for clients in Metro West Boston, including:

  • Revocable Trust: This type of trust allows you to manage and change what you put in it during your lifetime. This type of trust is taxed while you are alive and becomes irrevocable after you pass away and when the terms of the trust have been administered by the trustee.
  • Irrevocable Trust: This type of trust can’t be changed after it is established, but it does offer tax benefits that clients like to take advantage of. We can guide you through the process of creating an irrevocable trust and determine if it is the correct one for your tax situation.
  • Life Insurance Trust: This type of trust ensures your family can receive your life insurance benefits without having to pay expensive estate taxes. This trust also allows you to decide how your beneficiaries can spend your life insurance funds after you die.

Contact Marsden Law P.C. Today!

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