Insider's Guide to Living Trusts

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Insider's Guide to Living Trusts

If you die without proper, valid instructions, your relatives may be overwhelmed by complicated paperwork and expensive legal issues.

"Make Sure Your Family Is Taken Care Of..."

 
Insider's Guide To Living Trusts
by Richard Dean
 
 

Introduction To Living Trusts

Simply put, living trusts are an expedient way to transfer property at your death. A living trust is a legal document that controls the transfer of property in the trust when you die.

Generally, living trusts are established during an individual's lifetime and can be modified or changed while that person is still alive. Circumstances do change and the option to make alterations in the trust is important.

For this reason, a living trust is set up on a "revocable" basis. Revocable means you can modify or change the trust's provisions. Your other option would be to create an irrevocable trust. Once put in place, you are unable to change the terms of the trust regardless of the circumstances.

 

Living Trusts ... Living Trusts ... Living Trusts!

It is estimated, according to "Fortune" magazine, that some $6.8 trillion worth of assets will soon pass from parents to children, grandchildren, friends, charities and others. The questions remains: how will this wealth be transferred? Will it be the traditional methods of wills and probate or the new revolution of estate planning that has incorporated living trusts? Many legal experts believe that living trusts are the future of wealth transfers.

The concept of living trusts has created controversy simply because the legal profession seems evenly split on the issue. Estate planners seem to favor living trusts but there are enough opposed to the concept to avoid a clear majority decision.

Living trusts are also called "inter vivos" trusts, a Latin term preferred by attorneys. The Internal Revenue Service calls them "grantor" trusts. All mean the same thing.

The Internal Revenue Service, however, recognizes the living trust as a valid estate planning tool and exhibits no prejudice against it. There are specific provisions in the tax laws that deal with living or grantor trusts.

 

Living Trust and You

The revocable provision means that while you live, you still effectively own all of the property that has been transferred into the trust. You can sell it, spend it, give it away; in short, do anything you wish since the property is still yours. The trust itself is merely a document in your lifetime that truly doesn't begin to function until you die. Then, the trust operates to transfer your property privately, outside of the reach of probate, to the specific individuals or organizations to whom you wish to leave your worldly possessions.

 

What is probate? Why do people try to avoid it?

Technically speaking, probate is the process by which one proves the validity of a will in court. If there is no one contesting the will, this should not take long. If there are complications, probate can take years. For those of you familiar with the works of Charles Dickens, recall "Bleak House" and the never ending probate case of Jarndyce vs. Jarndyce.

Probate has come to mean not just proving the validity of the will but the entire administrative sequence involving the passing of an owner's title to property after the owner's death. The deceased's property is inventoried and creditors are identified and paid after the payment is made to the estate's attorney, executor and tax entities.

You're ready! You're in the right frame of mind for this task, so let's set up your living trust before it is to late.

What have you got to lose?

 

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"Living Trust" Today

OVERVIEW
TERMS YOU SHOULD KNOW
TRANSFERS
TRUSTEES
WILLS
ESTATES
OTHER TYPES OF TRUSTS
TAKING INVENTORY
SUMMARY
Living Trust Basic Form
 

You have absolutely nothing to lose and everything to gain.

Richard Dean (Author)

 
 
 
 

P.S.Taking the first step is all it takes. You can't lose; there is a full money back guarantee.

 
 

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