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Living Trusts avoid the pitfalls of wills and jointly held property:

  • Living trusts leave instructions that avoid the court system upon mental disability and upon death. With a living trust, your instructions control your estate. Without a living trust, your estate is controlled by guardianship court or probate court.
  • Living trust allow you to maximize your federal estate tax exemptions and pay the least possible federal estate tax.
  • Living trusts are easy to create and can be changed or modified at any time during your life.
  • With a living trust you do not have to pay any annual or maintenance fees.
  • A living trust allows you to leave detailed instructions for your beneficiaries to protect them.
  • With a living trust estate plan, you are always in control of your assets and property even if you are disabled and even upon your death.

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