Apparently, it happens!
Louse White, an 81-year-old woman from Rhode Island asked a family member to buy her a lottery ticket from a local supermarket following an intense craving for rainbow sherbet ice cream. She ended up winning the Powerball jackpot. What did she do with all those millions? She was smart. She took the time to consult with her attorneys first, prior to claiming her sweet prize. She and her attorney created the Rainbow Sherbet Trust to protect her newly acquired $210 million.
In South Florida, new trusts are being devised constantly. Concerned about heavy taxation on your life insurance policy? There’s an Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust for that. Are you feeling like a humanitarian today? There’s a charitable trust for that. You finally decided to protect your family vacation home? Say hello to Family Trusts. So, you have decided to leave everything to your spoiled Maltese poodle? There’s a Pet Trust for that. As you can see, there’s a gourmet selection of trusts to choose from to cater to your every need. The most common one is called a “living trust” which includes a “revocable” and “irrevocable” trust.
Handling a princely sum of money can be overwhelming and stressful. Retaining an experienced and knowledgeable attorney is critical for protecting your money. New trusts are being devised constantly. Each one features different legal requirements and are designed to serve various purposes. Keep in mind that circumstances change over time that may dramatically affect your estate planning strategy. Consult a qualified South Florida estate planning attorney today and protect your money like Louse White did.
For more information on successful Florida estate planning and probate techniques, please contact the South Florida law firm of Wild Felice & Partners, P.A. at 954-944-2855 or via email at email@example.com to schedule your free consultation.
It’s a Wild world. Are you protected?