Trust Services


Administrative Trust Services

 Testamentary Trust Services

Estate Settlement Services

Land Trust Services

 

Please contact our office

for more Trust Services Information  773-594-5900.


Land Trust Forms

and Additional Information  


Attorneys (Land Trust)

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Attorneys (Land Trust)

Aug 13, 2018, 12:57 PM
Headline : Attorneys (Land Trust)
Callout Text : Learn More
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Attorneys (Land Trust)

Aug 13, 2018, 12:57 PM
Headline : Attorneys (Land Trust)
Callout Text : Learn More
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Internal Page Selector : Attorney

 

 

Our Land Trust Department is located at:

First Nations Bank

7757 W. Devon Ave.
Chicago IL 60631

Phone 773-594-5900
Fax 773.594.0600

Contact: Carol Beard

carol.beard@fnbwbank.com

Land Trusts

Estate Planning

Land trusts are a commonly used estate planning tool. Land trusts allow the homeowner to name individuals who will inherit the property upon the homeowner’s death. Using a land trust as your estate planning vehicle is not only easy and affordable; it also lets your loved ones avoid the stress, complications, and expense of probate court.

Liability Protection

When you own real estate in your own name, a recorded judgment lien will automatically attach to your property. When real estate is owned in a land trust, a judgment against a beneficiary does not automatically affect the property, thus providing your real estate an extra measure of protection.

Internet Privacy

Millions of people have access to a significant amount of private, personal, and financial information on the internet. Homeowners should realize that their once private information (ownership, purchase price, address, and mortgage information) is accessible to everyone online which makes them more vulnerable to theft and fraud. We can help consumers protect their private information by allowing home buyers the opportunity to purchase real estate confidentially by using a First Nations Bank Land Trust.