Estate Planning & Living Trust Details

Taking the time to read this info may well be one of the wisest investments you make for yourself and your family. Our intention in writing it is to give you an accurate introduction and general overview of estate planning and living trusts. While there will probably be some variations in your state's laws and terminology,  generally these will only be technical and will not affect the overall message. 


  1. Seemingly Good Plans Can Go Wrong

  2. Losing Control with A WILL

  3. Losing Control by DOING NOTHING

  4. Losing Control with JOINT OWNERSHIP

  5. Losing Control by GIVING AWAY ASSETS


  7. keeping Control with A REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST

Seemingly Good Plans Can Go Wrong

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