Trust & Estate Administration
A lifetime of hard work and savings often results in the creation of significant personal wealth. How to use, invest, and transfer this wealth may cause some concern later in life.
Do you worry about whether you are making the right financial or investment decisions? Have you or your family considered how to efficiently accomplish the transfer of your wealth? The Hills Bank Trust and Wealth Management Department is ready to help answer these and any other questions you have regarding your financial future.
Since 1904, Hills Bank and Trust Company has earned its reputation by offering clients sound financial stewardship and first-quality personal service. Our Trust Officers have more than 100 years of combined experience. Several of our Trust Officers are also lawyers, although not currently engaged in private practice. This enhances our ability to work with your lawyer in planning your estate.
We have expertise in administering personal trusts and estates. You may want to consider naming Hills Bank as your estate’s executor, relieving family members of additional responsibilities during a difficult time.
Contact us online or call an Investment Professional today to set up a no-charge personal consultation.
- North Liberty Forevergreen location at 319-338-1522
- Cedar Rapids Blairs Ferry Road location at 319-294-2444
- Toll-free nationwide at 1-800-899-8858
- Email email@example.com
Knowledge is Power
No matter where you are in life, the more you know about handling your finances, the better your chance of reaching your goals. The Financial Resource Center has the information and tools to get started.
Please note that neither Hills Bank nor the Hills Bank Trust and Wealth Management Department provide tax or legal advice. You should always consult an attorney along with a tax professional to determine how to prepare the best estate plan for your situation.
Investment products are not a deposit, not FDIC insured, not insured by any federal government agency, carry no bank guarantee, and may go down in value.