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A living trust is a property interest created during a person's life that allows easy transfer of assets without going through the process of probate. A living trust is an agreement where the trustee holds the legal possession of a fund or assets that belong to another person, the beneficiary, and it is created while the person is alive. This is different compared to other types of trusts that are created through the person's will.

  • Assets in a living trust do not go through the costs and delays of probate

  • Assets in a living trust are immediately available for your benefit without court intervention if you become incapacitated

  • Stay in total control as long as you live and are competent

  • Keep everything private with no publicity

  • Eliminate court interference if you become incapacitated

  • Let Your children settle the trust without cost or delay

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