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What is a Revocable Living Trust?

A Living Trust,   also called an “inter vivos trust” or a “revocable living trust,” appoints someone (the “trustee”) to hold title to and manage your assets during your lifetime and after your death. You can be the trustee of … Continue reading

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What Does “Estate Planning” Mean?

What is Estate Planning? Estate Planning means several things, but it generally refers to planning for events following your death or incapacity. It means making very important decisions – about your loved ones and about yourself. Most estate plans include … Continue reading

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What is an Irrevocable Trust?

     An Irrevocable Trust is a trust that cannot be changed except in very limited circumstances.  Many trusts remain subject to modification by the person or persons who created it. “Revocable trust,” “living trust,” and “inter vivos trust” are all … Continue reading

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