A Living Trust allows a great deal of flexibility in estate planning. It is called a "Living" Trust because it is effective both during your lifetime and after. Any assets that are properly transferred into the Trust will avoid probate at death. It provides confidentiality (because it is not filed with a probate court), disability planning for yourself or a beneficiary with a disability, and can be revoked or changed at any time during your life.
 


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