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Why should I make a living trust?

Transcript: You should make a living trust if you want to stay in control of your affairs for the rest of your life. Even if you become disabled or incompetent, through a trust, somebody you trust following your instructions can be in charge of your affairs. Secondly you should make a living trust if you

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Will I still have control over my property if I have a living trust?

Transcript: Absolutely yes, the living trust we create are revocable. Which means you can change them any time you want. You can move assets in and out of the trust and when you become incapacitated yourself your successor trustee is required by law to follow your instructions to use your assets to take care of

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How does a living trust avoid probate?

Transcript: It’s it done properly, a living trust avoids probate because all of your assets are owned by the trust instead of in your name individually. The reason we have probate is because we die and an asset is still in our name, and we have to put it into the name of a living

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