Wills, Trusts, Estates, and Probate Practice
► Serving Individuals and Families Nationwide
Axis Legal Counsel’s Wills, Trusts, Estate, and Probate Practice represents individual clients and families with estate planning , trust/estate controversies, and probate administration.
We also represent a wide variety of clients such as trust beneficiaries, settlors, professional fiduciaries, heirs, adult children, guardians, conservators, conservatees, and various others in the Trusts & Estates field seeking a California Probate Attorney or Los Angeles Probate Attorney.
We serve clients from all over the nation and from 22+ countries internationally.
►Wills and Trusts Practice Areas
Axis represents clients with Estate Planning, including the preparation of Wills, Trusts, Codicils, and other types of estate planning documents.
- Revocable Trusts
- Living Trusts
- Charitable Trusts
- Asset Protection Trusts
- Catastrophic Illness Trusts
- Medicaid Trusts
- Special Needs Trusts
- A-B (Couple’s) Trusts
- Pet Trusts
- Life Insurance Trusts
- Living Wills
- Advanced Healthcare Directives
►Probate and Probate Administration
We represent clients with probate administration of large or complex estates, involving residential, commercial properties, or of high net worth individuals.
- Large estates
- Residential and commercial properties
- Death of a loved one with a will or trust
- Deaths without a will or trust
- High net worth individuals
- Complex estate administration
- Difficult estates involving clutter / hoarding
- Probate administration
- Special administration
► Trust Administration and Fiduciary Services
Axis Legal Counsel also represents clients in trust administration matters, representing trustees, beneficiaries, and settlors, both in trust formation, administration matters, and trust litigation.
- Trust planning
- Trust formation
- Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts
- Medicaid Trusts
- Special Needs Trust
- Trust Administration
- Trust Litigation
Losing a loved one is a sad and difficult time for family, relatives, and friends. In addition, those left behind must often figure out how to transfer or inherit property from the person who has died.
To do this, you must usually go to court. And dealing with the courts and the property of someone who has died is very complicated. Sometimes, however, family or relatives may be able to transfer property from someone who has died without going to court. But it is not always easy to tell whether you need to go to court or qualify to use a different procedure.
► Our National Recognition
Axis has been recognized nationally for its legal services in a variety of publications, news outlets and other channels across the nation and internationally.
► Representing Clients from 22+ Countries Internationally
Axis has represented a wide variety of clients from throughout the nation and across the globe. For information on how we may be able to assist you, please contact email@example.com.