Charitable trusts are treated as private foundations making it eligible for estate and gift taxes. You can also make the trust as a public charity. A charitable trust lawyer will be able to guide you in the right direction as to establishing the right charitable trust for your situation.
Every state has its own estate planning laws. Along with state and federal laws, many factors must be considered before making a decision to establish a trust. In order to understand all the charitable trust options and requirements that works best with your circumstances, it’s best that you contact a Broken Arrow charitable trust attorney to discuss all the requirements and make an informed decision.
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