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Your firm has its established processes, and we’ll tailor the handoff to seamlessly meet the needs for your firm and your customers. We have been fulfilling this process for our own clients for over 10 years, and we’re committed to helping you maintain strong customer relationships by providing added value for your clients.
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At TrustFunding.com, we take the laborious, time-consuming, and often frustrating steps of funding a trust after it’s drafted, and transform it into an opportunity to serve your clients better — and more profitably.
If you are like most law firms that draft trusts, you provide your client with some instructions regarding funding steps and send them on their way. Many times, the client does not understand that the drafted trust will not take effect unless or until they move the relevant assets into the trust. TrustFunding.com is the solution to this problem. Building on over 10 years of profitably funding trusts for our clients, we now offer our funding service nationwide.
Take the first step and schedule a consultation with Mike to discuss how we can integrate with your existing services to serve your new and existing trust clients in a seamless manner. Let’s chart a plan to efficiently and profitably take your clients’ trusts across the finish line, again and again.
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