Set up Trusts to minimize estate taxes, avoid probate court, and seamlessly transfer assets to your heirs. Learn what trustees do, the difference between Revocable Trusts and Irrevocable Trusts, Living Trusts and Trust Funds, and more.
Tips for dealing with serious illnesses and estate plans when you’ve got complicated family dynamics.
Tips for making sure your legacy is preserved peacefully among your heirs.
Many of the services traditionally offered by trust and estate attorneys can now be obtained online.
Some states have inheritance tax, some have estate tax, some have both, some have none at all. See where your state shows up on the board.
An Irrevocable Trust requires you to give up all ownership rights to the assets in the Trust, as well as your right to change the terms and conditions of the trust.
Make sure everything is spelled out and legally binding, or you’ll leave your kids headaches instead of property.