Sunday, October 30, 2011

Why Use a Revocable Living Trust in California Estate Planning

PROTECT YOUR ESTATE ASSETS

 
 

 

Protect your property and assets from probate. 

AVOID PROBATE 

Protect your heirs from creditors and lawsuits.

Designate guardians for children.  REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST

Plan for time of potential incapacity.

Keep finances private 

Maximize the privacy of your financial affairs      

 

Primary Advantages of Using a Revocable Living Trust

  • Property held by the trust would pass to beneficiaries according to private trust declaration and not be subject to California probate and court rules.
  •  Property owned and passed to beneficiaries should be a private matter, not according to public records and not court supervision.

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Trust and Probate Property

HARRISON K. LONG – REALTOR® and broker associate, GRI – Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage – 949-854-7747 (phone) – ExploreProperties@gmail.com (email) – CA DRE 01410855 – SFR short sale and foreclosure resource certified by the National Association of REALTORs® – now serving as an appointed director at California Association of REALTORs® – also a lawyer licensed by the California State Bar, member #69137.

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This is for information only and not the providing of legal or tax services.  You should consult with a lawyer or income tax professional prior to making decisions about your financial and other estate planning. 

Please contact me here for reference to highly qualified estate planning lawyers here at Orange County, CA.

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