How Do You Benefit From Incorporating a Revocable Living Trust Into Your Estate Plan?

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2nd May 2017

A Revocable Living Trust, or inter vivos trust, is another name for a living trust. It essentially is a legal document created by the trust maker in order to determine who will take possession and control of their assets after … more

23rd Feb 2014

I often tell clients, that Estate Planning is a process.  It is simply the steps you would take to ensure that your property, your money, and your assets go to your family and loved ones in the event of your … more

Revocable or Irrevocable Living Trust: In Orange County, an Estate Planning Lawyer Believes It’s a Matter of Choosing Flexibility over Lower Estate Taxes and Less Paperwork

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8th May 2013

One of the more commonly accepted   ways to escape probate is through a living trust.  In a living trust, the estate owner or the grantor, transfers his properties from his name to a trust, while he is still alive.  However, … more

2nd Dec 2012

No.  As the creator of the trust, you have 2 powers that give you ultimate control over the Living Trust:  The power to amend the trust, and the power to revoke the trust.  Also, during your lifetime, as long you … more

18th Nov 2011

Dwight Edward Tompkins, Estate Planning Attorney. California Family Trusts