Revocable Trust (Living Trust)
provides the most flexible options, allowing you to alter, amend, or revoke the trust terms whenever you choose. Revocable trusts are subject to taxes.
offer tax advantages since they allow you to gift your money and/or assets before you die and typically allow you to remove those assets from your estate for estate tax purposes.
Special Needs Trust
protects heirs with physical or developmental disabilities, making sure they continue to have access to government-administered health benefits.
grant Midwest Trust as the trustee for assets that belong to an incapacitated person, as determined by the probate court.
Trustee in Estate Plans
Charitable Remainder Trust
is a tax exempt and irrevocable trust that is eventually donated to charity, but only after the beneficiaries have received either a percentage of the assets as income over a period of time. The charity, then, receives the remainder of the trust.
Charitable Lead Trust
is a taxable irrevocable trust that provides income to a charity for a period of time. When the trust terminates, the remainder is paid to the beneficiaries, typically without federal estate tax.