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Living Trusts

With a Revocable Living Trust you control the management of your assets today, while providing financial security for your family's future tomorrow.

A Revocable Living Trust is the most important part of one's estate plan. If you have a will you are guaranteed to go through probate. A Fully Funded Well Written Revocable Living Trust is the only true way to avoid the long, costly and agonizing probate process.

Who Needs a Revocable Living Trust?

  • Anyone who wants to completely avoid PROBATE
  • Anyone that owns a home
  • If you are married, single or divorced
  • If you have children:
    • Especially important if your children are from a previous marriage or they are disabled
  • Anyone that does not want to subject their family to the cost and stress of probate
  • Anyone that owns property in one or more states, if you don't have a living trust you will be probated in each state that you hold property in
  • Anyone who wants to ensure that their needs will be provided for if they become incompetent
  • Anyone that wants financial support, education and guardianship for their minor children
  • Anyone that wants to keep their estate private

A WILL IS YOUR TICKET TO PROBATE

How Do You Avoid Probate and Unnecessary Taxes?
The Only Way is a Well Written Fully Funded Revocable Living Trust

What is Probate?

  • Probate is a legal process that determines the validity of one's will and transfers title to the heirs
  • Probate on average consumes 8-10% of your gross estate
  • Probate consist of unnecessary legal and administrative fees
  • Probate takes on the average of 18-24 months to be completed
  • No money is paid out to the heirs until probate is completed
  • There is absolutely no privacy with probate, it's public record
  • If you have a will and you think your estate is well planned for, Think Again

Not All Living Trusts Are Created Equal

What Our Living Trust Offers You


Personal and Family Protection
 

  • Valid in all 50 states
  • Can be changed by you at anytime
  • Protects separate property
  • Avoids living probate if you become incapacitated
  • Protects your assets if you become incompetent

Settlement Process

  • Protects against contestability
  • No attorney or court procedures are required to settle the estate
  • The estate is settled in a minimal amount of time

Tax Planning

  • Stepped up valuation on appreciated assets 
  • Preserves both federal estate tax exclusions for married couples
  • Avoids unnecessary estate taxes