Living Trust’s usefulness for a well drafted Estate Plan has nothing to do with whether someone is rich, but rather everything to do with protecting yourself and those you love. It’s all about effective planning for yourself and your family.
When I meet with prospective clients I explain the differences between Wills and Trust’s, and what they choose is, of course their decision. Living Trust’s serve to provide one unified plan that holds all of one’s assets together, and then shield all these assets from Probate and preserve privacy. Let’s talk more about a Living Trust and see if it’s the best plan for you. Contact me trough website or call me.


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