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California Living Trust Laws

by: Leslie Bloom

Living trusts are a trend in estate planning which allows for assets in your name to be held for your benefit while you are alive. In many cases a living trust will help your family avoid the messy and time-consuming probate procedures in your state ...
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Do You Need a Last Will & a Living Trust?

by Kristin Shea

How to Set Up a Trust to Buy a House

by Puriry Makandi

Can an Irrevocable Trust Be Reversed?

by David Carnes

The Advantages of Changing a Bank Account Title to a Living Trust

by: Vanessa Padgalskas

A living trust, which is created during the grantor's lifetime, is an estate planning tool used as a holding area for many types of property, including bank accounts, real property and personal property.
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Can a Lien Be Put Against a Living Trust?

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With a trust, you transfer assets to a legal entity set up to shelter your estate from the probate process. A trust allows you to control who will ...

North Carolina Law on Irrevocable Living Trusts

by: Wayne Thomas

In North Carolina, irrevocable living trusts can be established during a person's lifetime, often for estate planning purposes. In contrast to revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts typically may not be withdrawn or modified once they are created.
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How Does a Living Trust Protect Assets?

by Stephanie Dube Dwilson

Irrevocable Family Trust Laws in Massachusetts

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Things to Do When Someone Dies With a Revocable Trust in Florida

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