There are a variety of means to transfer your assets at death. Options that are often considered the “simple” route include: TOD (Transfer on Death), POD (Pay on Death), beneficiary designations, and joint tenancy. However, these modest methods can present complications down the road. They also lack certain benefits that a trust contains. Read on to learn more about how Beneficiary Designations, etc., Aren’t a True Substitute for a Trust
About Stephen A. Mendel, Estate Planning Attorney
Mr. Stephen Mendel is an attorney who focuses a substantial part of his practice on estate planning. Mr. Mendel’s guiding principle is to provide his clients with quality legal services tailored to each client’s specific needs and goals.