living trust


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Noun1.living trust - a trust created and operating during the grantor's lifetime
trust - something (as property) held by one party (the trustee) for the benefit of another (the beneficiary); "he is the beneficiary of a generous trust set up by his father"
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Clifford, an estate planning attorney, offers a guide to creating a living trust without a lawyer.
She then goes on to explain just how a living trust can give you maximum control of your financial legacy, both at incapacity and after you die; the many benefits beyond avoiding probate; and why a living trust meets the needs of today's families far better than any other estate plan.
Meruelo, together with Meruelo Investment Partners LLC and Alex Meruelo Living Trust beneficially own approx.
Jauss Living Trust, led by Steven and Kewen Jauss, acquired a 5,582-SF Hillcrest manor for $1.
Many married couples have turned to a living trust as a way to safeguard the assets they want to pass on to the next generation.
Attendees had many questions including how to potentially disinherit a spouse through a prenuptial agreement to how to plan for an estate with heirs that lived outside of the United States, and if a living trust had value beyond avoiding probate court.
However, Beth has created a living trust and transferred her assets into that trust.
Howard Marshall II executed a pour over will and revocable living trust, and titled most of his business assets into the revocable living trust.
Make Your Own Living Trust, by Denis Clifford (Nolo, 2009), provides material on all aspects of creating and maintaining a living trust.
a living trust can help in the event of incapacity.
Bennett, the founder for the National Center for the Avoidance of Probate, has assembled this guide on how to create a living trust to avoid probate after you have died.
A living trust, also known as a Revocable Living Trust or a Family Trust, is a viable financial planning tool for anyone--not just the rich and famous.