One of the most commonly held misconceptions within the realm of estate planning is the idea that you lose all control of assets that you convey into a living trust. For this reason, many people don’t even consider the possibility. They are not prepared to make a decision that is etched in stone. This sentiment is understandable, but in reality, the most widely utilized trust in the field of estate planning is the revocable living trust. With a revocable trust, you can act as the trustee and … [Read more...] about Can You Change a Living Trust?
Although most people equate estate planning with simply creating a last will and testament, a will is not always the best choice. If you use a will to state your final wishes, your heirs will receive lump-sum inheritances. However, everyone is not good at managing money, and this can be disconcerting. Let our attorneys explain how using a revocable trust can be a better choice than a simple will. Revocable trust vs will Many clients ask which is better? When considering the question revocable … [Read more...] about Revocable Trust vs Will: Which is Better?