Many people think that the will is the simplest type of estate planning available to them, and in many cases they’re right. The Last Will and Testament is the most basic type of estate plan that you can use – though most people unfortunately don’t even bother to create that basic document. For many estates, however, the will is not as good an option as a living trust. While trusts are often considered a more advanced type of planning, they can help to simplify and bring order to estates. They can do that in several important ways. Click on the video to learn more.
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