There Are Many Types of Trusts: 10 Considerations On Which Is Right For You

Considerations for Choosing a Trust

A revocable trust and an irrevocable asset protection trust are two distinct estate planning tools, each with several differing sub-types and their own advantages and limitations. Revocable Trusts A revocable trust, often referred to as a living trust, allows the grantor (the person creating the trust) to retain control over the assets placed within the…

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Leaving Your “Family Home” to Your Loved Ones

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Throughout your life you have worked hard to acquire the house you and your family now call “home” – the home where you raised your kids, lived most of your life and created wonderful memories. So, it is understandable that even when you your kids grow up, move away and create the next chapters of…

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Estate Planning for a Second Marriage

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So you’ve decided to remarry? Congratulations! You’re getting a fresh start on life and beginning an exciting new chapter in your story. However, a remarriage is not without its difficulties. Compared to a first marriage, many people embarking on a second marriage are at a later stage in life and are likely to have more…

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Properly Funding Your Trust: Don’t Leave Your Loved Ones Behind

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You’ve put in the hard work. You’ve set up a trust and you’re well on your way towards protecting your family’s future. Or are you? There are many steps when it comes to establishing a trust and one of the most important is also one of the most easily overlooked: trust funding. Simply put, if…

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