LFS does not manage the investment of trust assets but works with financial advisors, who continue to manage assets while we administer your trust. We work with CPAs, insurance professionals, attorneys, and other financial advisors to achieve your client's goals and objectives.
Working with CPAs
LFS does not prepare fiduciary tax returns, but works with the CPA to execute that task. LFS will assemble the necessary tax information for the CPA to use in preparing the tax returns.
Working with Attorneys
We respect the attorney-client relationship and will work closely with the client’s attorney, allowing him/her to prepare and handle all legal documents and matters, while we administer the trust/estate.
Working with Financial Advisors
As stated above, we do not manage the investment of trust/estate assets, but work closely with the client’s investment advisor in order to achieve desired goals and objectives.
Working with Insurance Professionals
We are “insurance friendly” and will support the recommendations of the client’s insurance professionals while serving as trustee of an insurance trust or otherwise working on insurance-related matters.
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