The Advantages of Living Trusts

What Can Living Trusts Do For YOU?

A Living Trust Eliminates a Living Probate

If you become disabled or are unable to manage your estate, your living trust avoids the need for a court mandated conservatorship. The successor trustee you've named will step in and manage your affairs without government interference and expense.

A Living Trust Avoids Death Probate

With a living trust your assets will go directly to your beneficiaries after your death. There will be no probate attorney's fees or court costs. There will be no delay in distributing your assets, and all your estate planning goals will be completely private.

A Living Trust Allows You to Control How Your Estate is Managed and Spent Even After Your Death

A living trust can provide for the care, support and education of your children by turning over assets to them at an age chosen by you. Even insurance proceeds can be paid to the trust so your successor trustee can manage them for the benefit of your family.

A Living Trust Can Protect Children From Earlier Marriages

Both the surviving spouse and the children from a previous marriage can receive fair treatment and protection under the terms of your living trust.

A Living Trust Can Ensure That Your Wishes Are Carried Out

Most living trusts contain a "No Contest Clause" which limits greedy beneficiaries and their lawyers from successfully attacking your estate plan.

A Living Trust Gives You Peace of Mind

When your living trust is completed, you and your family will relax knowing that your estate will be managed and distributed by someone you have selected and trust.


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