Your estate plan will assure that your family is able to easily step in to care for you if you become incapacitated, and that your estate is distributed the way you want on your death.
Because each plan is highly customized to meet unique family situations, assets, and personal goals and values, it is impossible to detail your unique plan.
Perhaps the most common type of trust is the revocable living trust. As the name implies, revocable trusts are fully revocable at the request of the trust maker.
The decision about whether to choose a will or a trust depends on your family situation and the types and location of your assets, among other things.
When putting an asset protection plan in place, we consider your family situation, occupation, assets, as well as your goals and risk of being sued to determine what plans to put in place for you.
After a loved one dies, the settling of the estate may be smooth and easy transition, a rocky, expensive road, or something in between.
Besides the Revocable Living Trust, other trusts may be a part of your overall estate plan.
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