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20 Advantages to Having a Trust (Part F: Trust Protectors) 


Why should I make a trust?  This is a common question. In this series of posts, here’s twenty great reasons to have a trust! Part F: Trust Protectors. 19. An executor can’t change your Will, but a trust protector can change … Continue reading

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20 Advantages to Having a Trust (Part E: Easier Planning Than Using a Will) 


Why should I make a trust?  This is a common question. In this series of posts, here’s twenty great reasons to have a trust! Part E: Trusts Are Easier to Use than Wills. 17. A Will is easier to challenge than … Continue reading

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20 Advantages to Having a Trust (Part D: Better Tax Planning) 


Why should I make a trust?  This is a common question. In this series of posts, here’s twenty great reasons to have a trust! Part D: Trusts Offer Better Tax Planning. 15. A trust allows you to take advantage of marital … Continue reading

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20 Advantages to Having a Trust (Part C: Protecting Loved Ones) 


Why should I make a trust?  This is a common question. In this series of posts, here’s twenty great reasons to have a trust! Part C: Trusts Allow You to Better Protect Your Loved Ones. 9. A trust can protect … Continue reading

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20 Advantages to Having a Trust (Part B: Avoiding Probate When You Die) 


Why should I make a trust?  This is a common question. In this series of posts, here’s twenty great reasons to have a trust! Part B: Trusts Avoid Probate When You Die. 5. California probate is time consuming and a … Continue reading

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20 Advantages to Having a Trust (Part A: Planning for Incapacity) 


Why should I make a trust?  This is a common question. In this series of posts, here’s twenty great reasons to have a trust! Part A: Planning for Incapacity. Dementia, Alzheimers, Coma, etc. 1. A trust avoids the probate court. … Continue reading

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