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Make Your Own Living Trust & Avoid Probate [With CDROM]
by Enodare Publishing


Overview - A living trust is created for the purpose of holding ownership of an individual s assets during the person s lifetime, and for distributing those assets after their death. It is also one of the most effective and common methods used to avoid probate.  Read more...

 
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Overview
A living trust is created for the purpose of holding ownership of an individual s assets during the person s lifetime, and for distributing those assets after their death. It is also one of the most effective and common methods used to avoid probate. A revocable living trust is a type of trust created for the purpose of holding ownership of an individual s assets during that person s lifetime, and for distributing those assets after their death. This particular type of trust can be an excellent tool for solving a number of issues confronting individuals and families today, including the avoidance of probate, the management of property during periods of incapacity, the protection of property for beneficiaries who can t handle an inheritance on their own, protecting assets from disgruntled heirs, the elimination or minimization of federal estate taxes, and the assurance that personal affairs will remain private. This self-help legal book provides you with step-by-step instructions, detailed information and all the legal forms necessary to enable you to establish your own revocable living trust. Make Your Own Living Trust:
Avoid Probate
Manage Your Property during Incapacity
Make Gifts to Your Loved Ones
Create Trusts for Young Beneficiaries"

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781906144630
  • ISBN-10: 190614463X
  • Publisher: Enodare Limited
  • Publish Date: March 2014
  • Page Count: 338

Series: Estate Planning

Related Categories

Books > Law > Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice
Books > Law > Estates & Trusts
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