LEGAL GUIDE
Written by attorney Elroy Schneider | Oct 11, 2016

The Revocable Living Trust

There are many benefits to a revocable living trust that are not available in a will. An individual can choose to have one or a combination of both, and an attorney can best clarify the advantages of each.

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Anyone who wants to keep certain information or assets private, will likely want to create a living trust. A trust is not normally made public, whereas a will is put into the public record once it passes through probate. Consulting with an attorney can help determine the best methods to ensure protection of assets in individual cases. Contact our office today to receive our Estate Planning Questionnaire and to schedule a no charge estate planning consultation.

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