How Do You Fund a Trust?

Before a trust can have any practical effect, it must be funded. That means you have to transfer your assets into the trust’s name. Because a trust is a separate legal entity, you will need to execute deeds, assignments, and other paperwork with your financial institutions to properly fund your trust. At Harrison Estate Law, we know this can be an intimidating and confusing process. We offer a full range of trust-funding services to make sure everything is taken care of now, before it is too late.

McCabe Harrison

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McCabe is a knowledgeable and compassionate estate planning and probate attorney with a special understanding of the financial and tax side of your final affairs. With an advanced degree (L.L.M.) in taxation, and deep connections to Florida, McCabe balances love and logic in helping his clients create and execute their estate plans.

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Casey Harrison

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Casey is a sympathetic and savvy probate attorney with nearly a decade of experience first working within, and later arguing in front of, Florida’s circuit and appellate courts. He applies this versatile background with attentiveness and an even-keeled approach to address your most complicated probate matters from an all-around perspective.

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