A gift made through a will or living trust can be flexible, easy to arrange, and may be changed as your life changes. Many people choose to create both a will and revocable living trust instead of solely relying on a will. They like the cost and time savings, plus the added control over assets that living trusts can provide.Read more...
A gift made through a will or living trust can be flexible, easy to arrange, and may be changed as your life changes. Many people choose to create both a will and revocable living trust instead of solely relying on a will. They like the cost and time savings, plus the added control over assets that living trusts can provide. "Give Through A Will & Living Trust" can help you put your wishes into writing and help you understand the legal documents you create.
You'll discover how to:
make a gift of a specific amount,
provide for a gift of a particular property,
reduce the potential family conflicts,
designate a percentage of your estate that will be given to your family, friends, and/or favorite charity through your will or living trust,
specify funeral wishes,
reduce stress and heartache for loved ones,
expedite the legal process,
and much more.
The purpose of creating a will and/or living trust is to ultimately help you better realize a vision for your estate and, in turn, your legacy. While your intentions and directions may be clear, it is vitally important that the will and/or living trust be properly drafted, so that you and your beneficiaries can reap the benefits you intend. If you haven't stopped to consider how a will or living trust can help you pass on your legacy, you should consider creating one immediately. Protecting wealth for future generations should be one of your top priorities.
Sample Forms Include:
Last Will and Testament (for single and married couples)
Single Person Living Trust
Shared Living Trust
AB Living Trust (with and without Disclaimer Statement)
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