Trust administration differs from the administration of an estate in that it is usually set up to avoid some of the hassles of the probate process. While probate may be avoided through the use of a trust, there are necessary steps that must be taken in order to ensure the validity of a trust following the death or incapacity of the one who set up the trust. Trust administration often involves the creation of the necessary trust documents, transfer of assets to the trust, the selection of a reliable trustee, and addressing many other problems and issues that often incur. Sommer Law Group, P.C. assists its clients in navigating the various complexities of estate and trust administration while also taking the extra step to supervise the conduct of the trust administration upon death or incapacity.