Small Business Legal Expert Scott Carlyon Publishes Article Discussing The Basics Of Estate Planning

Scott Carlyon, Founder of the Law Office of R. Scott Carlyon, P.C., discusses estate planning and various types of Trusts that can be created to protect assets for individuals and their family members.
Scott Carlyon,
Scott Carlyon,
May 5, 2011 - PRLog -- Scott Carlyon, Founder of the Law Office of R. Scott Carlyon, P.C., recently published an article on his website ( covering the basics of estate planning.  The article, titled “What is Estate Planning?” discusses grantor trusts, self-settled trusts, dynasty trusts, and more.

Scott Carlyon writes, “You begin by appointing a Trustee or Trustees, who, in certain circumstances, may be you.  If you are the Trustee of your own trust, the trust is called a “grantor trust” or a “self-settled trust.”  
Scott Carlyon specializes in providing legal help for small and mid-sized businesses. His combination of legal knowledge and business experience gives him unique insight into the workings of business law.

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About Scott Carlyon:
Scott Carlyon founded The Law Office of R. Scott Carlyon, P.C. in 1992. The firm has served its clients primarily in the areas of Real Estate Law, Estate Planning, Wealth Preservation, Probate, Businesses Law, and Litigation related to these areas of law; practicing in the state and federal courts of Bexar County, Texas, and also in the cities and counties immediately surrounding San Antonio and Bexar County.
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