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.
A Testamentary Trust goes into effect after a death and is often created as part of a Will.
A Pour-Over Will funnels any assets in your name into an already-created Trust when you die.
Parents assume, right or wrong, their children will take care them as they age. Childless adults don’t have that option.
You don’t need to be a fictitious meth manufacturing mastermind and threaten former business associates with assassination to set up a Trust for you kids.
An Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust (ILIT) is used to avoid estate taxes on insurance payouts.
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