Family and Wealth Planning

Benefits of Having a Revocable Living Trust

  1. Avoid a costly and lengthy probate case in Court.
  2. Transfer property in the privacy of the attorney’s office—not through court.
  3. The administration of the trust is not a public event and information is not a public record.
  4. Protect yourself (especially in old age or during an incapacity) if someone attempts to fraudulently transfer your property.
  5. Direct how and when the distribution of your property will happen after your death.
  6. Protect your children from predators and from receiving monies at an inappropriate age.
  7. Protect your children’s inheritance from creditors, bankruptcy and/or divorce.
  8. Have a person of your choosing act as the trustee to manage your minor children’s monies instead of a stranger appointed by the court.
  9. Have a person of your choosing act as trustee to manage your estate during your life if you choose to not do it yourself or if you are not able to do it yourself following your written instructions.
  10. Protect your children’s inheritances if your spouse decides to remarry or falls victim of fraud or deceit.
  11. Protect your surviving spouse from creditors and predators or from your own’s spouse bad money judgment.

Every case is different, and each person has different needs or desires. Not all plans fit everyone, and each plan is drafted with your specific goals in mind. Have your specific situation reviewed by a competent attorney and your questions answered before you make any decision about your plan.

Warmest Regards,

Yahima


Ph. #: 305-456-7158
www.LifePlanningAndBeyond.com

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