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We are not rich. Do we really need a trust?

You do not have to a millionaire to need a trust. As a rule of thumb, anyone with probate assets of more than $50,000 should consider a trust. Continue reading

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How do I get my property/assets out of a trust if I need them?

If you need to remove assets from a trust during your lifetime, you have the right to do that. You can deed any real estate back out by using a deed, and you can sell the assets or use them as collateral on a loan. These assets in the trust still belong to you. Continue reading

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What happens to my property once it is in a trust?

Once you have moved some property into a trust, it will be protected from the Probate Court process. All assets in the trust, if moved there properly, will pass to your trust beneficiaries directly without any interference from the Probate Court. Continue reading

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How do I put property into a trust?

Moving property into a trust is called the “funding” stage and occurs after you have created the trust. Continue reading

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Why do I need a last will and testament?

The function of a will is generally to direct who is to receive your property, including your money and personal possessions, and who is to be your Executor, that is, the person who will oversee that your property goes where you want it to. Continue reading

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