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The Importance of Having a Living Trust

A Living Trust is a new way to save, protect, and provide for your beneficiaries. It’s a trust that is not an individual will, but rather a trust that is designed to be managed and administered by a trustee. It is, essentially, a living trust that is administered by a trustee.

There are many reasons to establish a trust, and the most prominent reason is to protect the assets from the trustor’s creditors. The trust is typically funded with assets, but can be funded with debts.

A trust is a great way to protect your assets and to provide for your loved ones. There are many benefits to establishing a living trust, and it is a great legacy that you can leave to your family.

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A trustee can manage your assets (for example, to provide for your beneficiaries), but cannot distribute the assets to your beneficiaries. If a person dies without a trust, the assets will be distributed to the person’s beneficiaries. If there are no beneficiaries, then the assets will be distributed to the state.

The trustee can manage the assets for the trustor. Thus, the trustor is protected from creditors and the trustor is protected from his or her own beneficiaries.

If you don’t have a living trust, then your assets are subject to probate. This means that your assets will go through the probate process, which is a lengthy and expensive process. This can take years, and there is no guarantee that your assets will be completely protected or that your assets will be distributed to your beneficiaries. A living trust is a great way to protect your loved ones and to provide for your loved ones.

You can create a trust with the help of an Attorney, and you can fund the trust with assets. These assets remain in the trust until you die, and then they are distributed according to the terms of the trust. A Living Trust is designed to protect assets and to avoid probate. If you don’t have a trust, then your assets will be distributed according to your will. You can’t control this process.

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You will be able to leave a legacy to your loved ones through a living trust. Your family can rest easy knowing that the assets of your estate will be protected for your loved ones, as well as being distributed according to the terms of the trust. If you do not have a living trust, then you may want to consider establishing a trust.

There are many benefits to setting up a trust,and establishing a living trust can benefit your family and your legacy. A living trust can provide peace of mind and ensure that your family will be taken care of. Your family can also rest easy knowing that the assets of your estate will be protected for your loved ones, as well as being distributed according to the terms of your trust. The living trust is a powerful tool, and it can help to ensure that your family is taken care of and that your legacy is protected.

A living trust is a powerful estate planning tool that provides for your loved ones while avoiding probate. It allows you to control how your assets are distributed, and it provides for your loved ones while protecting your assets from your creditors.

A trust is a legal document that protects your assets and provides for your loved ones.  You can create a living trust with the help of an attorney, and you can fund the trust with cash, real estate, or other assets.  These assets remain in the trust until you die, and then they are distributed according to the terms of the trust.

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If you don’t have a living trust, then you may want to consider establishing a trust now. Schedule your Initial Consultation or Call us to get access to an Estate Attorney for your living trust or other Estate Planning services.

 

 

By: MarkAdmin

By: MarkAdmin

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