First National Bank in Pratt

Trust Services

Our trust and investment management team is here to help! We pride ourselves in giving our customers the confidential, individualized, and personal service they expect whether their estate is large or small. If you are thinking about letting someone you trust administer a part or all of your estate, or if you are just interested in learning more about what we can do for you, stop in or give us a call at (620) 672-6421.

  • Basic Trust Functions
    Serving as Trustee, the First National Bank in Pratt manages your assets providing sound, moderate-risk investments with a competitive yield. Areas of service include a Living Revocable Trust, Testamentary Trust, Agency Agreement, and Conservatorship.

  • Personal Trust Adminstration
    We offer objective investment advice as well as management of stocks, bonds, mutual funds and other securities. We have access to FDIC Insured Certificates of Deposit throughout the United States . We are able to take care of as many bill-paying items as you want or need. In addition, we provide monthly, quarterly, or annual reports. The reports reflect current assets and all financial activity in your account during the designated timeframe.

  • Farm and Ranch Property Management
    Perhaps now is the time for you to take advantage of our experience in property management. We currently manage thousands of acres of farm and ranch property for clients. Services include: on-site inspections, development of a farm plan, payment of all expenses, administering government farm programs, acquiring appropriate crop insurance, marketing grain, and providing written reports.

  • Oil, Gas, and Mineral Management
    We provide management of mineral properties including negotiating oil and gas leases.

  • Executor of the Estate
    As the Executor of your Estate we can provide a professional transition of your estate to your designated beneficiaries. This relieves the burden of a family member of having to prepare an inventory of your estate, pay your debts, manage your assets during the probate process, sell assets if necessary, provide an accounting, distribute assets, and file receipts.

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