A trust is an estate planning tool in which you allow a third party (called a trustee) to hold your assets on behalf of your beneficiaries. Several types exist.
Understanding the different types of trusts and the benefits they offer can help you create an estate plan that meets your goals.
by attorney Jeremy Adam Wechsler
This guide explains five of the most common types of trusts, as well as the benefits they offer.
by attorney Fred S. Steingold
A living trust allows you to hold certain assets, which can even include real estate like your home.
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