Trusts and Estates
The LANB Trust department can be contacted directly at 662-1060.
It's never too early to plan exactly where you want your assets distributed when you die. Not clearly designating your assets through a will or other beneficiary designation can be costly and confusing to your heirs. Today, people from a wide variety of income and wealth levels are planning for the future by developing a comprehensive plan to manage their assets - big or small. We can help guide you in handling your affairs. Please consider us a valued partner when it comes to your comprehensive trust and estate administration.
Trust and estate assets may not be FDIC insured; are not guaranteed by the institution; and may lose value.
- We will serve as personal representative of your last will and testament.
- We will serve as trustee of revocable, irrevocable, charitable and special needs trusts.
- We will serve as trustee of court-established settlement trusts.
- We will serve as your financial agent or court appointed conservator.
- We will serve as your agent for bill-paying.
- We will serve as an agent to an individual personal representative or trustee to assist in the administration of probate and trust estates
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