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A Living Trust is an essential tool of estate planning strategy. A Living Trust is similar to a Last Will in that both documents pass assets to beneficiaries. However, a Last Will becomes valid only when you pass away. A Living Trust is effective immediately. A trustee is appointed to manage the assets that are put into the Trust. Most people appoint themselves as the primary trustee and name a back up ‘successor trustee’. Upon your death, your successor trustee disburses your assets without the need for probate court. Protect your assets and your family today by creating a Living Trust.

 
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