5217 S 51st St, Greenfield, WI 53220

Georgia Konstantakis

Wisconsin Trusts Lawyer

Looking to create a trust?

  • 28 Years of Experience
  • Attorneys that practice exclusively creating new and amending Trusts
  • We can help with:
    • Creating your Trust
    • Guiding Trustees on their duties to the Trust
    • Managing Trust assets and distributions
    • Administering living Trusts
  • Familiarity with a variety of unique Trust scenarios

Why should I create a trust?

Milwaukee-based Attorney Konstantakis protects her client’s future

  • Asset Distribution Decided by YOU: Attorney Konstantakis can help you create a  personal and individualized plan for how to distribute your assets according to YOUR wishes.
  • Minimization of Estate Taxes: Creating a Trust is a great way to minimize the impact of estate taxes on your assets, allowing you to preserve more wealth for your heirs.
  • Planning for Incapacity: Attorney Konstantakis includes provisions in your Trust for managing your assets in the event of incapacity, providing a seamless transition of control without court intervention. 

Our Expertise

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What should I Know before making an appointment for a trust?

Types of Trusts

Each type of Trust serves a different purpose. The most common types of Trusts include revocable living Trusts and irrevocable Trusts. A revocable Trust allows you to make changes to the Trust during your lifetime, while irrevocable Trusts typically cannot be altered without the consent of the beneficiaries.

Funding the Trust

A Trust is funded by transferring assets into it. Without transferring assets into the Trust, the Trust might not be able to serve its intended purpose.

Selecting a Successor Trustee

A successor trustee is the person or entity responsible for managing the Trust after the grantor’s incapacity or death. You should select someone trustworthy and capable to be your successor trustee.

Designating a Beneficiary

Your Trust will involve specifying the beneficiaries of the Trust and their respective shares. Clients will need to consider carefully what their wishes are for the assets in the Trust to avoid potential conflicts.

Tax Implications

Trusts can have tax implications during the grantor’s lifetime or even upon distribution to beneficiaries. Clients Trust’s with significant assets will play a role in estate tax planning as well. Attorney Konstantakis helps clients understand the role taxes play in their Trust. 

Legal Costs

Attorney Konstantakis is upfront with her fees and costs. For more information on how the costs of Trusts, visit our estate planning packages page.

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